Police asking for the public’s help with robbery, home invasion case

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OKLAHOMA CITY – Authorities would like to speak with a man who may know something about a robbery in northeast Oklahoma City.

On June 29, officers were called to the 1600 block of N.E. 26th St. after a man reported that his neighbor had been robbed.

According to the police report, the victim said he was playing video games in his living room when he saw a car pull into his driveway.

At that point, he told officers that a man and a woman walked into his home through an unlocked front door.

“[Victim] said the male had a revolver pointing it at him telling [victim] to get on the floor. The male told [victim,] ‘Get on the ground. Don’t get up and I won’t shoot you.’ [Victim] told the male not to shoot his dogs and asked if he could finish his drink before shooting him,” the report read.

Authorities say the alleged thieves got away with his television and his PlayStation 4.

On Wednesday, police released surveillance photos of a man from a Del City pawn shop.

Investigators say the man pawned some of the items taken during the robbery.

Many people commenting on the police department’s Facebook page say the man in the photo looks like Kevin Durant. However, we know that is not the case.

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

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