Police Seek Self-Storage Burglar in Oklahoma City

Police detectives in Oklahoma City, Okla., are looking for a man who broke into a storage unit early in the morning on May 6.

Police detectives in Oklahoma City, Okla., are looking for a man who broke into a storage unit early in the morning on May 6. Police said the man used a maintenance worker’s passcode to get inside the gate at the self-storage facility in the 5100 block of Northwest 10th Street. Thanks to surveillance cameras on the property, police have a clear picture of the man and his vehicle. The culprit had a thick mustache and was wearing a baseball cap and camouflage jacket. The truck is an older, single-cab pickup with a white stripe.
 
Source: KOCO 5 Oklahoma City, Police Searching For Burglary Suspect

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