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Alleged thief “goes shopping” at Moore car repair shop

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MOORE, Okla. - Police say they are looking for a man who was caught on a business' security video, allegedly stealing from a couple's truck.

Surveillance video from GTO Motors shows the alleged brazen burglar browsing through the car lot in broad daylight, on his cell phone.

A short time later, authorities say he broke out a truck window, dove in and stole the vehicle's navigation and DVD systems.

Sarah Fortune and her husband had dropped off their truck to have some repairs done by the business.

"I thought the window was down actually," Sarah Fortune said. "And then my husband was like, 'Somebody broke in' because there was glass shattered all over the ground."

Fortune says the alleged criminal could have saved them a lot of money if he had just tried the door because the truck was unlocked.

Fortune said, "Whenever he broke the window, he climbed through the window to get inside instead of just opening the door."

Sgt. Jeremy Lewis, with the Moore Police Department, said, "Usually, these are in and out as quick as they can, so they don't even check the doors; just bust the window and pull it out."

If you recognize the man, contact Crime Stoppers of Moore or (405) 793-5160.