Crime Roundup: Police hope to identify slew of individuals behind crimes caught on camera

Police hope to identify several people in connection to different crimes that have occurred in Oklahoma City. (Oklahoma City Police Department)

Authorities need the public's help in identifying several people behind separate crimes in Oklahoma City.

The Oklahoma City Police Department has surveillance footage and photos of individuals wanted for questioning in the incidents.

The first video comes from May 26. In the video, a man can be seen just before breaking into a closed dance studio in the 1200 block of E. Hefner Road and stealing a bank bag full of checks.

Surveillance footage from June 8 shows a man that police would like to speak to in connection to an auto burglary. The incident occurred in the parking lot of a business in the 4700 block of NW 23 Street.

Police say on June 6, an individual observed a woman in a pink dress leaving the backyard of a residence in northwest Oklahoma City. The individual thought the woman was suspisicious and later learned that someone had attempted to break into the home.

The individual saw the woman leave the area with a child and a second woman in a Hyundai Tuscon. Later, the individual encountered the group at an Oklahoma City store and snapped a photo.

Police have also released surveillance video showing a man and woman they would like identified in connection to a burglary and vehicle theft in the 4800 block of Northwest Expressway. Police have indicated that the two used a credit card stolen in the burglary. Authorities have not stated when the crime occurred.

Another still from surveillance footage shows a man that stole $190 dollars of face cream. Police say the incident occurred at a south Oklahoma City Walmart, but did not identify when the crime occurred.

In the final piece of surveillance footage shared Tuesday, police hope to identify a man who stole a victim's wallet after it fell out of their pocket at a southwest Oklahoma City Walmart.

Anyone with information on anyone involved in these separate crimes is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 405-235-7300.

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