Neighbor steals Tulsa family's appliances, furniture to sell on Facebook Marketplace, police say

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TULSA, Okla. — Tulsa police say a man is in custody after he allegedly stole several belongings from his neighbors to sell on Facebook Marketplace.

Police told FOX23 a family living near Edison and Gilcrease Museum Road had their home broken into last week.

The family came home to find out they were missing a mattress, bedframe, microwave, table, children's toys, a guitar, electronics, and a washer and drier.

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Police say the family started looking around online for their stolen belongings. They found some of them for sale on Facebook Marketplace.

The seller police say is their neighbor, Larry Blevins.

Police arrested Blevins Wednesday on complaints of second-degree burglary and knowingly concealing property.

Officers managed to find multiple stolen items belonging to the family, but not all of it.

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