Two men sought in Jack in the Box robbery

Oklahoma crime briefs for Nov. 6
Oklahoman Published: November 5, 2013

Edmond police are seeking the public's help in identifying a two men involved in an armed robbery at a fast-food restaurant. Police were called about 3:40 a.m. Oct. 29 to Jack in the Box, 2108 W Danforth Road. Employees told police two men forced employees to the ground and made one empty several cash registers and a safe. The robbers made off with about $1,100 and a worker's cellphone, according to police reports. Both robbers were described as black men. Employees said one was stocky and the other was tall with a thin build. They left the scene in a red or maroon, four-door Toyota with Texas license plates. Anyone with information is asked to call Edmond police at 359-4454.

LEIGHANNE MANWARREN, STAFF WRITER

OKLAHOMA CITY

Video shows car burglary

Oklahoma City police released a surveillance video Tuesday of two people burglarizing a car Oct. 28 in northwest Oklahoma City. Police were called about 9:55 p.m. after a car owner discovered his car had been broken into. The car was parked in an apartment complex parking lot in the 4400 block of NW 39, according to an incident report. The surveillance video shows another car pulling up into the space next to the burglarized car. Two people inspect the vehicle, and one person gets in and takes items from the car. The car owner said his wallet, identification, cash, debit card and $635 worth of items were taken from the car, according to the police report. Anyone with information about this incident is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 235-7300.

FROM STAFF REPORTS


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