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OKC Police Seek Two Suspects In Convenience Store Robbery

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The entire incident was caught on the store’s surveillance cameras. The entire incident was caught on the store’s surveillance cameras.
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Oklahoma City police need your help identifying and locating two women wanted in connection to a convenience store robbery. 

According to police, at 11:47 p.m. on Monday, officers responded to the report of an armed robbery at the Loves Store, located at 12225 N. I-35 Service Road.

A clerk told police that two women walked into the store, got a drink, and came to the register to pay. However, one suspect took a knife out of her pocket and said to the clerk, “Give me all your money.” 

Police said the other woman stood behind the suspect who was holding a knife.

The clerk said the suspect then came around the corner to the register, pointed the knife at her, and said, “I'm not kidding. Give me all the f****** money.”

When the clerk opened the register, police said the suspect took all the cash out and left. Another employee who followed the suspects out said the two got into a maroon Tahoe and went northbound on I-35.

The entire incident was caught on the store's surveillance cameras. Police released that video Friday morning, hoping someone will recognize the suspects.

If you have any information, contact Crime Stoppers 405-235-7300. Callers can remain anonymous and may be eligible for a cash reward.

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