Caught on camera: Alleged suspect kicks down a wall to commit crime

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OKLAHOMA CITY - Oklahoma City police are searching for a suspect who was caught on camera allegedly breaking into a local liquor store.

The suspect can be seen kicking in the wall of the Twisted Cork liquor store on S. Cemetery Rd.

The crime took place in broad daylight on Sunday when the store was closed.

The frustrated owner now hopes surveillance video of the crime leads to the suspect's arrest

"It is unusual. You'd think they'd just come in through the door," said the victim Andy Williams.

Andy says the suspect first pried open a fire door before breaking through the inside drywall.

"He kicked this in and went through all my stuff back here," said Williams.

On video, you can see the suspect rummage through filing cabinets in the back, before going to the front of the store snagging the cash drawer and some Crown Royal.

"You know it hurts when somebody breaks into your stuff," said Williams. "It's very frustrating."

Because the suspect committed the crime in broad daylight, you can also see him drive away in a gray pickup.

The whole crime took just a few minutes.

The suspect definitely appears to have experience breaking and entering.

"He knew exactly what he was doing and what he was after. It was too quick and methodical," said Williams. "You can't just go into a place of business and take what you want. We work hard for what we have."

Luckily, because the break-in happened on a Sunday the liquor store was closed and no one got hurt, but anyone with information is asked to contact Crimestoppers at (405) 235-7300.

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