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Thieves caught on camera

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK — Police have released footage of the robbery in which money is stolen from a vacuum.

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK — Thieves were caught on camera stealing from a carwash here and police have released the surveillance footage to the media, according to a newson6 report.

 

The Oct. 24 story said one of the thieves pried open the cash boxes attached to the vacuum machines and took the money inside.

Surveillance cameras were able to capture clear images of the vehicles and the men involved in the robbery.

To read the full story, click here.

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