Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

October 17, 2013

E-Z Mart totes stolen

TAHLEQUAH — Tahlequah police spoke to employees at a local store Tuesday morning about a theft.

E-Z Mart employees said a customer stole five totes from outside the store.

Erica Ngo reported a break-in Tuesday and said several items were stolen, including a laptop computer.

Geneva Reves spoke with officers Tuesday after some unauthorized purchases were made on her account.

Employees at Hibbett Sports told police a man entered the store, grabbed three sweatshirts and ran from the store without paying Tuesday.

Police took a report Sunday after a window at the Speckled Hen was damaged.

Employees at Conoco filed a report this week after a customer asked for cigarettes and then took them without paying.

Jon Duckworth spoke with officers Tuesday after he lost his debit card and it was later used to make purchases at Walmart.

Employees at Walmart filed a report this week after a suspect took a Vizio 24-inch television and fled.

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