TULSA — Tulsa police say they have two in custody, and are still looking for a third, after police say the suspects burglarized multiple businesses overnight.
Tulsa police say around 3 a.m. on Wednesday, police saw a suspicious vehicle parked in from of the Gilcrease Hills Liquor Store, located at 2313 West Edison Street.
When police spoke with the person in the vehicle, they found it was the business owner were was responding to an alarm. The surveillance footage showed three suspects throw a brick through the glass doors of the business and enter the store. Police say the suspects fled the scene after loading a shopping cart with liquor.
Around 4 a.m., police say they responded to the Pretty Buds Dispensary, located at 1406 North Harvard Avenue, for a burglary in progress.
Police say the owners called 911 stating their surveillance video showed suspects attempted to gain access to the dispensary.
Before the police were able to arrive, the suspects were unable to enter the store and fled the scene, police say.
The surveillance video showed the three suspects were wearing distinctive clothing which matched the clothing described in the previous burglary of the liquor store, police say.
Police say while they were responding to the attempted burglary at the dispensary, officers responded to an alarm at the Family Dollar located at 3744 East Admiral Place.
Police say the front door had been shattered and items were taken from the store.
When officers arrived to the Family Dollar, they were advised that Oklahoma Highway Patrol was requesting assistance with a traffic stop.
Police say OHP was attempted to stop a blue 2005 Chevrolet Malibu due to a headlight violation. When OHP made this attempt, three men fled the vehicle on foot, police say.
Police say they determine the three men matched the descriptions of the suspects from the three burglaries. Police say the vehicle contained items from Family Dollar, cigarettes, liquor, candy, and electronics.
Around 5 a.m., police say they were able to located two of the suspects walking near a QuikTrip at Admiral and Memorial that matched the clothing descriptions.
Police took the two suspects into custody and positively identified them as the suspects connected to the burglaries. Police say the suspects were identified as Jawan Roach and Dominic Marshall.
Police say the third suspect has still not been found.
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