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OKC Police Look For The 'Bumbling Burglars'

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At one point during the first burglary, the male suspect fell to the floor, but he managed to hold on to his cigarette. At one point during the first burglary, the male suspect fell to the floor, but he managed to hold on to his cigarette.
At one point during the second burglary, police said the male suspect slammed the register on the ground, causing the attached power cord to hit him on top of his head. At one point during the second burglary, police said the male suspect slammed the register on the ground, causing the attached power cord to hit him on top of his head.
OKLAHOMA CITY -

Oklahoma City police are looking for two “bumbling burglars” who broke into a Subway restaurant twice in the early morning hours of Sunday, September 21.

According to police, it happened at the Subway restaurant, located at 2720 S.W. 29th Street. The suspects reportedly threw a large rock through the glass door and entered the business.

Surveillance cameras in the restaurant captured the entire incident. Police said after the two committed the first burglary, the female suspect changed clothes, and both suspects returned to commit the second burglary.

As seen in the surveillance video, the two had quite a bit of trouble while committing the crime. At one point during the first burglary, the male suspect fell to the floor, but he managed to hold on to his cigarette.

Watch the surveillance footage by clicking on the video above.

At one point during the second burglary, police said the male suspect slammed the register on the ground, causing the attached power cord to hit him on top of his head. 

Police said the two stole a safe containing about $1,500. 

According to police, the female suspect has two very distinctive tattoos, one on her lower back and the other on her lower left leg.

If you recognize these two suspects, call Crime Stoppers at (405)-235-7300. Callers to Crime Stoppers can remain anonymous and may be eligible for a cash reward.

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