Crime Roundup: Police searching for auto burglars, shooting suspect

Police released several surveillance videos of suspects they would like to identify in connection to separate incidents in Oklahoma City. (Oklahoma City Police Department)

Oklahoma City police have released surveillance footage of suspects in several different crimes.

The first crime occurred Jan. 19 at Neighborhood Pawn, 2421 SW 29th Street. Police say a man entered the store, grabbed a socket set from a shelf and ran out of the store. The man left the area in a black, two-door Ford Explorer with a broken rear window.

Authorities have also released surveillance from Jan. 25 in the 2100 block of Redbud Creek Avenue. The photo shows a man they say burglarized a vehicle in the area.

Police say on Jan. 26 officers were called to a shooting near SE 15 and High Street. One person was struck by the gunfire and transported to the hospital for minor injuries. The suspect fled the scene but investigators have been able to capture the suspect at a nearby store moments before the shooting.

The suspect has been identified as being approximately 14-years-old, standing 5-feet, 10-inches and being very thin.

Surveillance video of a Feb. 1 auto burglary has also been released. The video shows a man pulling up to a home in the 8400 block of SW 50 Street. The video captures the man's carrying items back to his vehicle.

None of the crimes are connected in any way. Anyone with information on the crimes is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 405-235-7300.

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