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OKC Police Search For Suspects After Rash Of Burglaries

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Police are searching for two serial burglary suspects after a rash of break-ins in South Oklahoma City. Police are searching for two serial burglary suspects after a rash of break-ins in South Oklahoma City.
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Police are searching for two serial burglary suspects after a rash of break-ins in South Oklahoma City. Investigators said they hit four cell phone stores along with a health food store. And at each location, it didn’t appear they made off with many valuables, according to the police reports, but they did apparently cause a lot of damage.

Surveillance video from the Metro PCS on Southwest 59th showed burglars bust through the glass with what looks like a baseball bat. The one wearing the white face cover destroys the counter drawers looking for cash and the man in the tan shirt and black shorts, walks out with some boxes.

Sales Rep. Emiliano Lopez said they were filled with old headphones the store no longer sells. “They’re really not worth anything,” he said.

Minutes before, two people were caught on camera at another Metro PCS, also searching for money and trying to take demo phones.

“They really need to face the consequences of what they’ve been doing to all these stores, not just us but everybody else,” Lopez told News 9.

Police said the same morning, a third Metro PCS was hit, along with a Cricket Wireless store and La Casita Health Center.

The crime scene unit responded to at least one of these burglaries because police noticed the suspects touched registers without gloves.

If you have any information call Oklahoma City Police Crimestoppers at 405-235-7300.

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