OKC Police search for baby face burglars

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Police are looking for two suspects who broke into a local pharmacy.
Investigators release surveillance video of two boys who they say stormed into the store on North Rockwell with a purpose..their sight was set on smokes.

First-- suspect one wearing black-- jumps over the counter while the one in green hops on top and waits a few seconds. The other scans the shelf, deciding which brands lit his interest. The smaller boy in fades in and out of frame while the other grabs a plastic bag to carry his bounty.

It doesn't seem they tried to shield their faces from big brother. An alarm company who's watching on the other side of the lens call 911.

Even though they were in and out in a flash, police say it took a lot of effort to get inside the closed store.

"They used a shopping cart that was left outside. They actually rammed the front door multiple times to gain entrance to the business," said Sgt. Jennifer Wardlow with Oklahoma City Police.

Police believe the suspects are between ages 12 and 14. Police did capture the prints of the sticky finger bandits from when they touched the counter heading towards the cigarettes.

Investigators said they don't know how many packs of cigarettes the pair made off with. If you have any information on this smash and grab call Crime Stoppers at 405.416.5666. Your identity can remain anonymous.

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