JENKS, Okla. - Jenks police released two surveillance images Wednesday of a man they suspect broke into a car window and a stole a woman's purse last month.
Investigators said three of the woman's missing credit cards were used in the Tulsa area and charged more than $1300. One of the locations a card was used, a Jenks QuikTrip, captured video of a man using a stolen card.
Jenks detectives also said Wednesday the man had been seen in video surveillance of other cases involving credit cards stolen out of other vehicles in the area.
The man, described as a white man with brown hair, dark-colored eyes and a stocky build, has been seen wearing an University of Oklahoma hat with a red bill and red OU emblem on a white cap and a black Under Armour baseball hat.
Anyone with information is asked to call Jenks detectives at (918) 556-7512.
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