Robbery spree starts at bus stop ends at OKC Walmart, police say

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OKLAHOMA CITY– Three robbery suspects are under arrest after an attempted robbery spree that started at a bus stop and ended at Walmart.

It all started around 3:00 p.m. Wednesday at a bus stop on SW 62nd and Pennsylvania.

Oklahoma City Police say Jacob Burgos, 22, allegedly flashed a pistol at a woman at the bus stop.

Soon after, police say  Burgos and two other suspects, Aristeo Santos, 21, and James Leach, 18, jumped in a reportedly stolen car and drove to a Walmart on 100 E. I-240.

Police say a customer inside Walmart reported one of the suspects stole her purse and then the trio took off running.

Police officers caught up with the three suspects a short time later.

They are under arrest and facing charges.

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