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TPD Looking for Grand Larceny Suspects

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The Tulsa Police Department's Mingo Valley investigators are searching for a white male and female who allegedly robbed jewelry from the Hobby Lobby located at 9717 East 71st Street on Jan. 7 at 4:30 p.m.

TPD's report says that the man removed jewelry from store shelves and put the items in his clothes and the female placed jewelry items in her purse.

The pair then reportedly left the store without paying.

The merchandise stolen was valued at $900.

Surveillance video captured images of the suspects, along with a small female child who was with them.

Those with potential information regarding this case can call Crime Stoppers at 918-596-COPS.


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