Violent Crime

Thieves Steal $20,000 Cash from Jewelry Store in Tulsa, employee jumps counter

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Fugitive Watch – ID #14-209

The Tulsa Police Department is asking for the public’s help in identifying the suspects in this video. According to detectives, on March 26 two male suspects entered Abby’s Cash for Gold located at 4107 S. Yale Ave. and stole $20,000 cash.

The employee stated about 3:30 p.m. two males entered the store with the intent to sell multiple gold chain necklaces. The store was unable to buy them at that time so they informed the suspects to return at a later time. The suspects returned and presented the same gold chains to another employee. The employee placed nearly $20,000 in cash on the counter in front of her for the purchase of the chains. The employee tested the gold in order to make sure it was real then weighed it.

As the employee turned away the suspect is seen on camera switching the real gold chains with fake gold chains. The employee recognizes this and confronts the suspects. One of the suspects allegedly grabs the cash off the counter and runs out of the store. The two suspects are seen getting into a white older SUV.

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