Police search for suspects in auto burglary at Olive Garden

The Oklahoma City Police Department are searching for two suspects involved in auto burglary. (Photo courtesy OKCPD)

Police are searching for two suspects involved in an auto burglary in southwest Oklahoma City.

Police say a person parked their car at Olive Garden, 6330 SW 3rd St, at approximately 12:05 p.m. on July 20. The person returned to their vehicle 30 minutes later and found it’d been broken into.

The victim told police they secured the car before going inside and isn’t sure how the unknown suspects accessed the vehicle. There was no reported damage to the car.

Police say the suspects stole the victim’s wallet from the center console of the vehicle. The Coach wallet contained multiple credit cards, among entertainment and grocery cards.

The unknown suspects allegedly went on a shopping spree with one of the stolen credit cards.

The suspects allegedly spent $496 at Game Stop, 6300 SW 3rd St, $108.07 at Shoe Carnival, 6315 SW 3rd St, and a $29.28 at an unknown location in a 40-minute span.

If you have any information, contact Crime Stoppers at 405-235-7300 or visit okccrimetips.com.


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