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Police: Man accused of stealing $15,000 worth of jewelry from Oklahoma City store

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OKLAHOMA CITY- Officers in Oklahoma City are trying to identify three people who may be involved in a jewelry store theft.

On April 4, officers were called to Gordon’s Jewelers in Quail Springs Mall on a theft.

A store employee said a man walked up to a ring case and asked to see a ring.

As she was holding the ring, she said the man grabbed the ring out of her hand and took another ring out of the case.

The man, along with two other men, ran from the store.

The rings that were taken were worth about $15,000.

Authorities with the Oklahoma City Police Department say the alleged suspect fled the scene in a silver four-door car with tinted windows,

If you have any information, call CrimeStoppers at (405) 235-7300.

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