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NW OKC Convenience Store Robbery Caught On Camera

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Police said the suspect then told the clerk to open the register. He got away with an unknown amount of money. Police said the suspect then told the clerk to open the register. He got away with an unknown amount of money.
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Oklahoma City police are looking for a suspect wanted for robbing a convenience store on the northwest side.

According to police, at about 3:30 a.m. on October 15, the suspect walked into the Circle K on N.W. 63rd and the Broadway Extension and asked the clerk where the money was.

Soon after, the video shows the suspect grabbing the clerk's wrist and forcing her behind the counter. Police said the suspect then told the clerk to open the register. He got away with an unknown amount of money.

The suspect drove away in a silver or tan HHR, according to police.

If you recognize this man, or have any information, call Crime Stoppers at (405)-235-7300.

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