Police: Armored car robbed in Oklahoma City parking lot, 3 suspects at large

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OKLAHOMA CITY - Three men robbed a Brinks armored vehicle Tuesday morning in a shopping center parking lot, making off with an undisclosed amount of cash.

The FBI says the suspects are still at large. Law enforcement is canvassing the area in search of them.

The Brinks truck was picking up cash from an ATM in a shopping center parking lot at NW 23rd and Meridian, when a dark-colored SUV pulled up behind it.

Brinks truck

Brinks truck

Police say there were three males in the vehicle.

An employee told police one of the men got got out of the car, pointed his weapon at the worker and demanded a bag of money.

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The worker complied and the car drove off toward an apartment complex. Police recovered the bag, but not the money.

One culprit is described as a light skinned black male, 5'11"-6'0", 200 lbs. with dreadlocks. The tips of those dreadlocks were reportedly dyed blonde. He is described as being in his early 20s.

The getaway car is described as a early 1990s model, dark-colored (but not black) Chevy Suburban.

The FBI is canvassing the area for the suspects and asking businesses in the shopping center for surveillance video.

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Police at the scene of an armed robbery