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Tulsa Police Identify Female ULTA Larceny Suspects

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The Tulsa Police Department has identified three "very vocal" wigged female suspects who are believed to be responsible for multiple thefts at the ULTA store in the Tulsa Hills shopping center.

The women are suspected of stealing thousands of dollars worth of cosmetics and fragrances.

The photos captured are from May 2 at approximately 4 p.m. when the suspects reportedly stole more than $900 worth of fragrances and colognes.

The women were described as "very vocal and will scream at employees or even other customers if they feel someone is watching them."

TPD said multiple Crime Stoppers tips helped to identify the suspects. Their names have not yet been released, and the investigation is ongoing.

The TPD thinks the suspects wore wigs, glasses and other disguises to cover their identity.

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