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OKC Police Search For Serial Robbery Suspect

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Police released a surveillance video of the robbery at Portland Liquor store. In that video, the suspect can be seen pointing a gun at a clerk while the clerk collected money from the cash register. Police released a surveillance video of the robbery at Portland Liquor store. In that video, the suspect can be seen pointing a gun at a clerk while the clerk collected money from the cash register.
Police also released a surveillance video taken during the robbery of Quick Stop on October 15. Police also released a surveillance video taken during the robbery of Quick Stop on October 15.
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Oklahoma City police are looking for a suspect who robbed at least three stores at gunpoint this month.

Police believe the same suspect is responsible for robbing at least three stores, including Portland Liquor at 1216 N. Portland on October 13, Quick Stop at 1145 N. Penn. on October 15, and Portland Grocery on 3700 S. Portland on October 17.

Police released a surveillance video of the robbery at Portland Liquor store. In that video, the suspect can be seen pointing a gun at a clerk while the clerk collected money from the cash register.

Police also released a surveillance video taken during the robbery of Quick Stop on October 15. In that video, the suspect was wearing a “Scream” mask and can be seen pointing a gun at the clerk, demanding money.

If you have any information, 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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