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Brazen Thieves Make Off With Multiple ATVs From Deer Creek Business

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A metro business is out thousands of dollars after someone made off with seven ATVs. The suspects even used the owner's trailers to haul off the stolen goods. A metro business is out thousands of dollars after someone made off with seven ATVs. The suspects even used the owner's trailers to haul off the stolen goods.
Chained up, locked up, crated up, even under video surveillance, somebody wanted the four wheelers pretty badly. Chained up, locked up, crated up, even under video surveillance, somebody wanted the four wheelers pretty badly.
DEER CREEK, Oklahoma -

A metro business is out thousands of dollars after someone made off with seven ATVs. The suspects even used the owner's trailers to haul off the stolen goods.

"Whoever did this was out here quite a while at least a couple of hours. They cut open the locks on the gates and went straight back to these crates and pried them open," said Nikki Smith, owner of Mid America Cycle.

"We try to keep things secure, and it doesn't seem to matter how much you do they can figure out a way around it."

Chained up, locked up, crated up, even under video surveillance, somebody wanted the four wheelers pretty badly. They cut the locks on the gates, drove through one of them, and then spent at least two hours dismantling the large wooden crates that each of the seven four wheelers were stored.

It's no single-person job.

The suspects took out the lights, making the area pitch black, meaning the security cameras didn't catch a thing.

Smith and her husband have been selling ATVs for more than 30 years. Their business is just off I-35 and Waterloo Rd. and they're hoping someone may have noticed something and calls the Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office.

"It's not just one ATV in the back of a pickup going down the interstate. You're talking about seven units on two trailers, and I just keep hoping that somebody saw something," said Smith.

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