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Accused Shoplifters At OKC Target Caught On Camera

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Police say one suspect acted as a lookout. Police say one suspect acted as a lookout.
The three then walked out of the store without paying for the items. The three then walked out of the store without paying for the items.
Police released a surveillance video of the three suspects Friday morning, hoping someone will recognize them. Police released a surveillance video of the three suspects Friday morning, hoping someone will recognize them.
If you have any information, call Oklahoma City police at 405-235-7300. If you have any information, call Oklahoma City police at 405-235-7300.
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Police are looking for three suspects who are accused of shoplifting at a Super Target store in northwest Oklahoma City.

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Oklahoma City police released a surveillance video of the suspects on Friday, February 7. According to police, on December 7, 2013, officers responded to a grand larceny report at the Super Target, located at 13924 N. Penn. Ave. in Oklahoma City.

An employee told police that a customer saw two people walk out the store with two shopping carts full of items. The employee then checked the store's surveillance video footage, and three females could be seen taking two shopping carts to the electronics department.

According to police, a surveillance camera captured one suspect grabbing several items and putting them in the cart.

Police say during this time, another suspect acted as a lookout. The three then walked out of the store without paying for the items.

A customer followed the suspects to their vehicle, and was able to give the store employee a description. The suspects were seen leaving in a silver, 2001 Chevrolet Silverado pickup truck with an Oklahoma license plate 025HHZ.

Police released a surveillance video of the three suspects Friday morning, hoping someone will recognize them. If you have any information, call Oklahoma City police at 405-235-7300.

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