Tulsa police search for robbery suspects


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Updated: 1/02/2013 10:48 am Published: 1/02/2013 10:27 am


Tulsa police are looking for several suspects after a woman’s stolen credit card was used at a south Tulsa Walmart.

Police say a robber shoved woman down and stole her purse while walking through the parking lot at her apartment complex near 51st and Memorial on December 13th.

The people in the attached photos were then caught on tape using the woman’s credit cards at a Walmart. Police want anyone who has information or recognizes the suspects to call Crime Stoppers at 918-596-COPS.


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garcia85 - 1/2/2013 6:26 PM
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Mayor Maynot, yes sorry it happened in decemember 2011. I called several times, I asked walmart to show me the surveillance and they did not becuase I needed to have a police officer with me and I could never get in touch with any one. The person who stole my purse and used my cards did not get punished.

Mayor Maynot - 1/2/2013 3:35 PM
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Ms Garcia did you mean 2011?? TPD sat back on their lard assets and didn't really do anything at all cause they felt indispensable. Budget cuts made it necessary for TPD to lay off new employees until after the superbowl. Initiating the best paid holiday season for more rookies in the history of TPD :-/ Of course it's not really proper to lay this employment debacle at TPD's front door. The primary fault lies with our Republican foot dragging mayor and his inept nepotus assistant Simonson. He failed to secure a grant from DOJ that would have made it POSSIBLE to continue on in a more normal fashion. (FYI the girl scouts were able to accomplish what Simonson was unable to do!) Tulsa whatever you do pLeAsE do not reelect this poor public representative to any office again. The most job gettingest mayor in Tulsa RAN industry out of town. I can't blame them. If I were an industrial employer I would never expect my employees to live in such a lawless situation :-( 1023 characters and spaces left. I'm sure you get my drift folks.

garcia85 - 1/2/2013 2:03 PM
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The good thing is the TPD is working on this woman's case. When my purse was stolen a year ago, TPD never even answered my messages or did anything to try to catch th person who used my debit cards. I guess I was not important.

Mayor Maynot - 1/2/2013 1:59 PM
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At a WalMart in town. Now Fox News is trying to be marvel mystery writers. Just dispatch a police decoy out to 61st and Peoria ;-) if the fish are biting then maybe you will get your daily limit. Shouldn't be too hard to find Moby Witch. Ride her to the ground and squeeze the whale poo out of her.
 
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