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Thieves Steal Over $1K In Nicorette Medicine From OKC Wal-Mart

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Police released surveillance photos of the suspects on Thursday. One of the suspects is pregnant. Police released surveillance photos of the suspects on Thursday. One of the suspects is pregnant.
If you have any information, contact Crime Stoppers at (405)-235-7300. If you have any information, contact Crime Stoppers at (405)-235-7300.
OKLAHOMA CITY -

Police are looking for two women accused of stealing more than $1,000 worth of Nicorette medicine from an Oklahoma City Wal-Mart.

According to police, at about 3 p.m. on Tuesday, officers responded to a larceny report at Wal-Mart, located at 100 E. I-240 Service Road.

A manager told police that two women collected 31 packs of Nicorette medicine from the counter. However, they left the store without paying for the items, which are worth $1,240.

Police released surveillance photos of the suspects on Thursday. One of the suspects is pregnant.

If you have any information, contact Crime Stoppers at (405)-235-7300. Callers can remain anonymous and may be eligible for a cash reward.

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