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Stillwater Police Arrest One, Seek One More In Connection To Burglary

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The victim's trail camera captured images of the two. The victim's trail camera captured images of the two.
Rebecca Hendrick has been arrested. Rebecca Hendrick has been arrested.
STILLWATER, Oklahoma -

Stillwater police arrested a woman and are looking for another person of interest in connection to a home burglary. The victim's trail camera captured images of the two at the time of the crime. 

According to police, on Tuesday, October 11, officers responded to the report of a burglary at a home in the 1300 block of S. Lewis Street. The victim said he was in the process of remodeling the house when the burglary occurred.

The victim said he stopped by the house on Oct. 11 and noticed some windows were open.  After inspecting the house, he discovered numerous items had been stolen along with two trail cameras he had set up to monitor the property.  

The victim said he continued searching the property and found one of the trail cameras in the grass behind the home. Pictures of two people who may have been connected or have information about the burglary were captured on the trail camera. 

The two caught on camera were later identified 30-year-old Rebecca Nicole Hedrick and 40-year-old Satish Chand Jeet, Jr., also known as “JJ.” Both are homeless. 

On Wednesday, October 12, the burglary victim reported to police the two people were seen in the area of 13th and Perkins.  Officers responded to the area, but Jeet ran away from the officers. 

Officers found Hedrick and arrested her on a complaint of knowingly concealing stolen property in connection to a burglary. Jeet is still at large and he is being sought as a person of interest in connection with the burglary.

If you have any information on Jeet’s whereabouts, contact the Stillwater Police Department at (405)-372-4171 or you can call the tip line at (405)-742-8327.

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