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Tulsa Man Booked for Alleged Grocery Store Burglary

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Robert Conklin Robert Conklin

A Tulsa man was booked early Friday morning for reportedly breaking into a grocery store near 11th and Garnett.

Tulsa Police placed Robert Conklin under arrest and booked him on two complaints of second degree burglary. He was taken into custody near the Northeast Plaza Shopping Center.

Booking information states that Conklin entered the store after breaking through the glass of a front door. Once inside he took donation bags and left the scene.

Officers outside the area were able to catch up to him at a nearby Sonic.

Conklin was taken into custody and transported to the Tulsa County Jail. He is being held on a total $10,000 bond for the two complaints.

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