Suspected Burglars Crash Car Through Tulsa Storefront Before Allegedly Stealing Tech Devices

Suspected burglars allegedly crashed a car through a glass storefront in Tulsa, Oklahoma, in the early hours of Wednesday, October 6, before allegedly stealing over $15,000 in phones, tablets, and watches, the Tulsa Police Department said.

Video released by the department shows a stolen taupe ’96 Buick Century, driven by one suspect, crashing through the front of cell-phone store Twisters Wireless near 41st and Sheridan in Tulsa, police said.

Three other suspects then ran into the building and ransacked the store, police said, leaving with the stolen goods after several minutes. The suspects abandoned the Buick and escaped the premises in another car. Tulsa police responded to the incident early on Wednesday morning.

The Tulsa Police Department asked members of the public for any information regarding the alleged burglary. Credit: Tulsa Police Department via Storyful

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