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Tulsa Police Searching for Fraud Suspects Accused of Vehicle Burglaries

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Investigators are looking for help identifying two fraud suspects that may have also taken part in three vehicle burglaries back in June.

Tulsa Police stated that the two men pictured in this article are accused of taking part in burglaries that occurred back on June 20. They took place in the area of 600 W. 77th Street, 7700 S. Guthrie Avenue and the 2500 block of W. 66th Court.

"Shortly after the burglaries the victim's credit cards were used at several locations in the Tulsa area," the release described.

Surveillance cameras were able to capture the two male suspects using the stolen credit cards. Some of the victim's personal property also was found in a creek back in Sand Springs.

Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 918-596-COPS or text TIP918 to CRIMES (274637).

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