A metro car dealership is hit again by brazen thieves, and surveillance cameras capture everything. It's been less than three months since a man keyed more than a dozen high end cars at the same dealership.
Over the last year, managers at Norris Auto Sales in Edmond say the dealership has had more than 10 incidents of vehicle break-in's alone. The owner is fed up, and wants the thieves caught.
"Real bold just to come on the lot and act like it's theirs," said sales manager, Aaron Tully.
Clear, and in living color. Two men are captured on surveillance video casually walking around the car lot. The two don't even appear to be fazed by more than 10 surveillance cameras that surround the property.
"This isn't the first time," said Tully. "It keeps happening, and happening, and we're talking about it to other car lots and the same thing is happening there."
The men pulled up in a black, four-door sedan, possibly a late model Chevy Impala around 5:30 p.m. Sunday. Tully says the men were on the property for at least 30 minutes and believes they were searching specifically for navigation systems.
"They just popped the whole window out! There wasn't a break in the window or anything like that," said Tully.
In the surveillance video you can see one of the thieves use some kind of tool to pop the window out of a Chevy Tahoe, set it on the side of the SUV, and then gets inside. In what seems like just a couple of minutes, the man gets away with the navigation system under his jacket.
"We've had some pretty bad incidents here lately, and at the end of the day we just try to take care of the customers," said Tully. "It's tough to keep going back and fixing things that people mess up."
The owner of Norris Auto Sales is offering a $1,000 reward for anyone that may be able to help police catch the two men responsible.