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Police Arrest Third Suspect In Bethany Car Wash Burglary

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The surveillance video at the car wash, located at N.W. 39th Street and Council Road, shows one suspect sneaking into the car wash wearing a red hat and red shirt covering his face. The surveillance video at the car wash, located at N.W. 39th Street and Council Road, shows one suspect sneaking into the car wash wearing a red hat and red shirt covering his face.
Destiny Ratliff, Michael Jons mug shots. Destiny Ratliff, Michael Jons mug shots.
On Friday, Bethany police arrested the third suspect in the case, 26-year-old Albert Wicker, in Ardmore. On Friday, Bethany police arrested the third suspect in the case, 26-year-old Albert Wicker, in Ardmore.
BETHANY, Oklahoma -

Police have arrested a third suspect in the burglary of a car wash in Bethany that was caught on camera.

Three people are accused in a crime spree that spanned from Oklahoma City to Tuttle, and ended up in Bethany at a car wash with surveillance cameras that caught the suspects in the act, according to police.

5/12/2014 Related Story: Surveillance Camera Captures Weekend Crime Spree

The surveillance video at the car wash, located at N.W. 39th Street and Council Road, shows one suspect sneaking into the car wash wearing a red hat and red shirt covering his face. He goes straight for some computer equipment as his accomplice walks in and starts rifling through some other things inside the business.

The two take their time looking for valuables and end up leaving with the locked registers, which had nothing inside.

The three suspects were also caught on the exterior surveillance camera. Police caught two of them, Destiny Ratliff and Michael Jons, before they could leave in the stolen car they were driving. Officers say they found firearms in Ratliff's possession and in the suspects' vehicle.

On Friday, Bethany police arrested the third suspect in the case, 26-year-old Albert Wicker, in Ardmore. 

Bethany police have not released any details on the reported crime spree.

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