• Sand Springs police introduce stickers in hopes to cut down on attempt theft

    By: Sharon Phillips

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    SAND SPRINGS, Okla. - The Sand Springs Police Department is using stickers in what they say is a new effort to fight auto theft.

    The program allows drivers who won’t typically use their vehicles between the hours of 1 a.m. and 5 a.m. to put special stickers on their vehicles.

    Officers who see the stickers out on the road can then pull over the stickered vehicle to make sure that whoever is driving it has permission to do so.

    Those who want stickers can pick them up at the Sand Springs Police Department. They are free to the public.

    Police officials said the money for the stickers came out of their crime prevention budget.


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