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Police Investigate After $12,000 Necklace Stolen From OKC Store

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Police released a surveillance video taken during the incident. Police released a surveillance video taken during the incident.

Oklahoma City police are looking for a suspect who stole a necklace worth $12,000 from a store at Penn Square Mall.

According to police, the theft occurred on Tuesday, November 1 at Adora Jewelry. The owner of the store told police four men walked into the store to look at jewelry. The owner said he has seen those four men before, and that they’ve done business with them in the past.

The owner said he was showing the suspect a 26-inch gold and diamond necklace when another man asked to look at something else. That’s when the owner said the suspect put the pricey necklace in his pocket.

The four left the store without paying for the necklace. Police obtained a surveillance video taken of the men during the incident. The owner said the man wearing the “Trap House” necklace was the one who stole the necklace.

If you recognize these men, or have any information, call Crime Stoppers at (405)-235-7300, or leave a tip online. You can remain anonymous and may earn a cash reward.

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