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Police Seek Accused Thieves Who Pepper Sprayed OKC Store Workers

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Surveillance camera captured this photo of the three suspects on November 18. The woman in front is believed to be involved in both incidents. Surveillance camera captured this photo of the three suspects on November 18. The woman in front is believed to be involved in both incidents.
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Police are looking for several suspects who stole from an Oklahoma City store, and even pepper-sprayed the store employees.

Officers responded to the first incident on November 18 at the Citi Trends store, located at 7401 S. Shields in Oklahoma City.

The employees said they believed the three suspects, two women and a man, were stealing. One of the suspects reportedly walked out of the store with nothing, but tried to come back.

The employees were trying to keep that suspect out of the store when she sprayed pepper-spray into the employees' faces and into the air.

According to the police report, as the suspect pepper-sprayed the workers, the other two suspects ran out of the store with some possible stolen items.

On December 13, officers responded to the same Citi Trends store again. The employees said three suspects, including a woman believed to be involved in the previous incident, ran out of the store with several items. They fled in a 1996, white, 4-door Oldsmobile car with an Oklahoma tag 467FFG.

An employee told police as she was trying to get the tag of the suspect vehicle, the driver swerved towards her as if she was going to try and hit her with the car.

That employee said she recognized the driver as the suspect who pepper-sprayed her during the previous incident.

During the second incident, the suspect got away with $1200 worth of items. The first suspect is described as a black man wearing a green hat, black hoodie, and jeans. The second suspect is described as a black woman, 21 to 24 years old, who was wearing a white and orange hoodie.

The third suspect is described as a black woman, about 23 years old, who was wearing a gray jacket, white t-shirt, and gray boots.

Police believe these suspects are involved in four similar incidents.

If you recognize any of these suspects, call Oklahoma City police immediately.

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