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Suspect Wanted For Stealing Antique Coin From OKC Business

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An employee told police that the suspect was in the store selling property. An employee told police that the suspect was in the store selling property.
OKLAHOMA CITY -

Police are looking for a man who reportedly stole an antique coin that's worth $250 from an Oklahoma City business.

According to police, officers responded to a recovery of stolen property call on January 31 at Coin and Gold Exchange, located at 7714 N. May Avenue.

An employee told police that the suspect was in the store selling property. When he left, the employee noticed an 1856 half cent coin missing from the display page that was on the counter.

The coin is valued at $250, according to the store.

The suspect was caught on the store's surveillance camera taking the coin. The property he sold at the store was determined to have been stolen, according to police.

If you recognize this man, or have any information, call Oklahoma City police.

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