Serial iPhone thief caught

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OKLAHOMA CITY -- Surveillance video shows a thief using a shotgun to blast through the front door of a metro cell phone store.

The break-in happened April 23 at the Jackie Cooper Electronics store located at 10440 S. Western Ave.

The video shows the suspect shooting out the front door and then breaking a display case.

The store manager said the thief stole two iPhones valued at $600 each.

"What we've kind of learned is that if they are not bolted down they are going to steal them," said David Dickson, Jackie Cooper Electronics.

Police have made an arrest in connection to the burglary.

Investigators said Michael Perry, 27, is now in custody for this crime and two other break-ins.

Perry is facing multiple charges including second-degree burglary and possession of a sawed off shotgun.

He is currently being held at the Oklahoma County Detention Center.

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