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Del City Police Look For Suspect Who Kidnapped, Robbed Woman

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Del City police released a picture of a similar vehicle. Del City police released a picture of a similar vehicle.
DEL CITY, Oklahoma -

Police are looking for a suspect who entered a Del City home through a pet door, and kidnapped and robbed a woman inside early Wednesday morning.

According to police, the incident happened between 3 a.m. and 6 a.m. at a home in the 1100 block of S. Vickie. A male suspect armed with a handgun entered the home through the pet door and woke the woman inside. He then forced the victim into her vehicle and made her drive to a Midwest City bank’s ATM, where he ordered the victim to get money from her bank account.

Police said the suspect then drove the victim back the area near her home where he forced her out of the car.

The victim was not harmed.

The suspect is described as white male who stands about 5 feet 7 inches to 5 feet 8 inches tall. He has a slim build. Police said he has a large tattoo on his right hand and possibly his arm. He was wearing a maroon OU zip-up hoodie.

The suspect drove away in the victim’s car, which is described as a 2005 Silver PT Cruiser with and an Oklahoma Tag 828-DPR, Chrome hubcaps and fuel door. It had an OU License plate frame around tag and a pink magnetic ribbon on the trunk.

Del City police released a picture of a similar vehicle. If you have any information, call the Del City Police Department at (405)-677-2443.

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