Rogers Co. officials search for suspects involved in car burglaries, thefts

ROGERS CO.--Rogers County Sheriff's Investigators are needing the help in identifying two suspects who they say are responsible for 6-8 automobile burglaries and two stolen vehicles, which all occurred in neighborhoods throughout Verdigris.

Officials say these crimes happened in the early morning hours of Thursday, November 9. Then, the suspects used credit cards from the burglarized vehicles to make purchases at a Tulsa Walgreen's store, located at 71st Street and South Lewis Avenue, about 6am that same morning.

Officials say that the following day they returned to a separate Verdigris neighborhood off of Highway 266, and committed additional car burglaries.

Authorities believe that the suspects have ties to Verdigris and perhaps have family members or acquaintances who reside near that Tulsa Walgreen's location.

County officials gave these descriptions of the suspects:

Suspect #1 was wearing a very distinctive light colored digital camouflage type fatigue military jacket, along with a ball cap that displayed a special patch that used Velcro on the front.

Suspect #2, wearing glasses, was the driver of the suspect vehicle, described as a silver or grey sedan.

Officials say that If you can identify them, call 918-341-3620.
 

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