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Oklahoma City police need help identifying men who may be connected to theft of $12,000 necklace

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Police looking to identify four men who they believe may be connected to the theft of $12,000 necklace.

OKLAHOMA CITY- Police need your help identifying four men who may be connected to the theft of a $12,000 necklace.

On Nov. 1, police were called to Adora Jewelry inside Penn Square Mall on reports of a larceny.

The owner of the store told police that four black males walked into the store to look at jewelry.

One of the men asked to look at a $12,000 necklace inside the case, the owner said.

While one of the men was looking at that necklace, another one of the men asked to see another necklace.

That is when the owner said the first man put the necklace in his pocket and left the store.

The other men followed behind him.

Surveillance cameras captured video of the men.

If you recognize anyone in the video, please call Crime Stoppers at (405)235-7300.