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Owasso Police Search for Suspects in Christmas Burglary

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Owasso Police need help identifying two women in connection with a vehicle burglary at a pharmacy back in December.

Investigators said it happened on Christmas Day when the victim's vehicle was burglarized outside a CVS in Owasso. The victim told police that her credit cards, among other items, had been taken.

Police said that the cards have been used at another local Pharmacy, convenience stores and department stores in Owasso and Tulsa. The cards have been used for $2700 worth of unauthorized purchases by the suspects.

According to the release, the first suspect was described as a slender female with shoulder length dark hair; her pants may have colored striping down the legs. The second suspect was described as wearing a thermal cap, dark colored coat with light colored open collar.

If you have any information as to the identity of these individuals please call the Owasso Police Tipline at 918-272-COPS (2677).

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