Too bad for this car dealership in Tulsa, Oklahoma that all burglars aren’t sheltering in place in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
KOTV-6 News reports police believe the same group of thieves struck two times over a short period Tuesday night and early Wednesday at Global Car Sales, located near 11th and Utica.
Five hours after the group of four thieves first stole a Suzuki four-wheeler from the front of the car lot Tuesday night, surveillance video from the dealership first shows what are believed to be the same men returning to case the dealership about 4:30 a.m. About 15 minutes later, they smashed a back window of the building to gain access to a garage door so they can back out a 2014 Corvette coupe.
Construction prevented them from leaving with the Stingray through a gate on 11th, so they drove around to another gate and smashed through it, likely doing at some damage to the front end of the car.
“We’ll see a better side of this,” employee Sandy Wofford said. “But it’s very disappointing that it’s come to four individuals that, I guess, couldn’t find anything better to do than to come and take from people who work very hard.”
Police are asking anyone who might know where the burglars are to call Crime Stoppers at 918-596-COPS. You can remain anonymous.
You can see the news report and surveillance video at KOTV-6 News:
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