New Surveillance Video May Help Identify OKC's Jukebox Bandit


Thursday, January 24th 2013, 8:28 pm
By: News 9


New surveillance footage given to News 9 may help bring Oklahoma City's "Jukebox Bandit" to justice.

A metro bar, that wished to remain anonymous, offered up video of the suspect breaking in to their property on Dec. 22, 2012, after 5 a.m.

A spokesperson for the bar says the thief made off with a jukebox, cash, even a pool table.

On Wednesday, News 9 reported four other OKC bars had been hit over the past month. The Store Club, Henry Hudson's and Lumpy's on NW Expressway, and The Porthole at 39th and Portland also reported having their jukeboxes stolen.

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The Store Club and Henry Hudson's were targeted on Monday, Jan. 21. Both bars had cameras that captured the suspect in the act, however, that person was wearing something over his face and is hard to identify.

"Hopefully he'll slip up," said bartender Zac Keller with The Store Club at 50th and Portland.

And that just may be the case. The new footage shows the suspect in profile with his mask pulled down around his neck. He is still toting a crowbar; an item he was seen with in the surveillance footage from the other bar burglaries.

If you have any information regarding these burglaries, contact the Oklahoma City Police Department immediately. You can remain anonymous.