South OKC bank robbery suspects in custody
UPDATE: Authorities said the bank robbery suspects are in custody.
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OKLAHOMA CITY – The lockdown has been lifted at the south Oklahoma City schools that were taking extra precautions while authorities searched for suspects in a bank robbery Friday morning.
Tierney Tinnin with Oklahoma City Public Schools said Prairie Queen Elementary, Southern Hills Elementary, Jefferson Middle and Parmelee Elementary were locked down.
Authorities said a couple of men robbed a Midfirst Bank near I-240 and Western.
Officials said they are looking for two or three suspects in a black Chevy Malibu.
Police said they found money and a ski mask in a field and are searching for the suspects in an apartment complex near I-240 and Western.
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