TULSA, Okla. — Tulsa police are looking to identify a recent car break-in suspect as they ask people to remove firearms from their vehicles when not inside.
The suspect in this case didn’t steal a gun, but police say if she was given the opportunity that they feel like she would.
Detectives say they are getting an influx of car break-in reports with stolen guns involved, and that in the last few months the city has not gone more than two days without a victim reporting they had a gun stolen during a car break-in.
The city has seen nearly 3,000 car break-ins this year and averaged 350 in September and October.
Police say a car is not a safe place to keep any valuables, especially guns.
Anyone who knows the person in the photo is asked to email police at email@example.com or call Crimestoppers at 918-596-COPS.
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