by: Sara Whaley Updated:
TULSA, Okla. - Quick facts:
- Police say they've been investigating car lot break-ins in Tulsa.
- They said thieves made off with more than 100 sets of keys in one hit alone.
- They have not made any arrests.
Tulsa police have been investigating a rash of car lot break-ins in the last couple of months.
Wednesday, they say they were able to recover two stolen cars and several sets of keys from the most recent break-in that happened on Saturday night.
FOX23 talked with the victims in that case, the owners of Global Car Sales near 11th and Lewis.
Management there says someone broke into their car lot overnight Saturday.
The thieves reportedly cut the power supply, phone lines, internet lines and video surveillance so they could have time to do what they needed.
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The owner told FOX23 the thieves walked through the entire business, stealing more than 100 car keys and cash.
He says they also took an Escalade and a Chrysler 300 as well, using the Escalade to bust out the gate.
Wednesday, police recovered the cars and most of the car keys.
They said the Chrysler was almost completely stripped.
No one was arrested in the case, but police say it was a big step in their investigation.
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