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Police: Thieves Steal $1,700 Worth Perfume From OKC Ulta Store

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Police obtained surveillance photos of the women. If you recognize them, or have any information, call Oklahoma City police. Police obtained surveillance photos of the women. If you recognize them, or have any information, call Oklahoma City police.
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Police are looking for three women who reportedly stole $1,700 worth of perfume from a cosmetics store in northwest Oklahoma City.

According to police, at about 6 p.m. Tuesday, officers responded to a larceny report at Ulta Cosmetics, located at 2340 W. Memorial Road.

A store manager told police that three women came into the store and placed 24 bottles of perfume in their purses. A suspect purchased one bottle of perfume at the counter and signed up for a rewards card.

However, police say the suspects then walked out of the store without paying for the other 24 bottles in their purses.

According to the manager, earlier in the day, the same suspects assaulted an employee at the Ulta store, located at 6417 S.W. 3rd Street. Police say the women came into the store and began to conceal items. When a store employee confronted them, the suspects told her they had already put the items back.

When the suspects began to walk out of the store, the employee followed them to get their license plate number. That's when one suspect grabbed the employee's phone and pushed her down.

The suspects' vehicle is described as a gray, 4-door, 2013 Mazda with a Kansas license plate 525GFD.

Police obtained surveillance photos of the suspects. If you recognize them, or have any information, call Oklahoma City police.

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