Crime Roundup: Oklahoma City police looking for shoplifters, tool thieves

Crime Roundup: Oklahoma City police looking for shoplifters, tool thieves. (Oklahoma City Police Department)

Oklahoma City police have released a slew of surveillance footage as they search for several people wanted in connection to different crimes.

The earliest footage comes from April 30. Police say a man was caught on camera after stealing over $2,000-worth of tools from Northern Tool Company, 1600 W. I-240.

Authorities also hope to identify a woman who on May 24 stole nearly $400 in items from Walmart, 7800 Northwest Expressway. The woman left the store in a black Pontiac Grand Prix.

Authorities are on the hunt for a man who on June 30 stopped his bike at a southeast Oklahoma City church and knocked down a surveillance camera before stealing it.

On July 7, police were notified of a larceny of merchandise at Bargain Thrift Store, 4545 NW 16 Street. A group of four women entered the store and grabbed a handful of clothes before leaving without paying. The group stole approximately $50-worth of clothes.

If you recognize anyone from the crimes, please contact Crime Stoppers at 405-235-7300.

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