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Suspect Steals Van Full Of Medication

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A man took a van from this Drug Warehouse in midtown A man took a van from this Drug Warehouse in midtown
The suspect ditched the van in a neighborhood. The suspect ditched the van in a neighborhood.

A crook gets away with a van full of medication meant cancer patients.

It happened Friday morning around 10:00am outside the Drug Warehouse at 31st and Sheridan.

Tulsa police said the armed man took the van at gunpoint, but then abandoned it in an east Tulsa neighborhood.

Detective don't believe that the man stole any of the medication.

Police have a vague suspect description of a black man with a blue hoodie. He may have been last seen in the area of 6700 east 30th Street.

Call Crimestoppers at 918-596-COPS if you have information about the suspect or crime.

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