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Caught On Camera: Thieves Steal $17K Worth Of Watches From OKC Store

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An employee told police that two women came to the store and stole 74 Michael Kors watches worth $17,650. An employee told police that two women came to the store and stole 74 Michael Kors watches worth $17,650.
A second suspect then went behind the counter when no one was watching. A second suspect then went behind the counter when no one was watching.
In the video, the second suspect can be seen taking watches off the shelf. In the video, the second suspect can be seen taking watches off the shelf.
OKLAHOMA CITY -

Police are looking for two women who were caught on camera stealing more than $17,000 worth of watches from Dillard's at Penn Square Mall in Oklahoma City.

The incident happened at about 6:50 p.m. on Monday, April 14. An employee told police that two women came to the store and stole 74 Michael Kors watches worth $17,650.

On Wednesday, May 14, police released a surveillance video of the incident. In the video, one suspect can be seen trying to walk behind the counter, but she could not fit.

A second suspect then went behind the counter when no one was watching. Police say she crouched down and was moving around behind the watches.

The first suspect stood in front of the watches and held a shirt up in an attempt to cover the second suspect. However, in the video, the second suspect can be seen taking watches off the shelf.

On the other end of the watch and jewelry display, police say it appeared another woman was distracting a sales associate.

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

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