‘It alarms you,’ Yukon neighborhood targeted by burglars

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YUKON, Okla.- Police are searching for burglars who have targeted a Yukon neighborhood.

They have broken into numerous cars near Reno and Czech Hall road.

A Yukon family said they caught them in the act with their security cameras early Friday morning.

The Plemons had no idea what took place outside their home until they got ready to head to work.

"I just opened my car and everything was open and scattered everywhere," Allison Plemons said.

When they looked back at surveillance photos they were stunned.

Pictures show two hooded people snooping around in their driveway.

"I was shocked. Especially when I saw the guy with no mask on because he walks up and the light is pointed right at him. I mean they just don't care,"  Brad Plemons said.

Images capture a person looking into their SUV then opening the door.

"Kind of scary. It alarms you," Allison said.

"Yea it feels pretty crappy knowing that somebody's going around and just checking cars and looking to see what they can get while we are asleep," Brad said.

The only things they noticed missing was a bottle of pain medication and a Pay Pal card.

"I know we talked to some of the neighbors that have lived here for a long time and most people have a story about something like this happening," Brad said.

They want to put a stop to it and are hoping their photos will lead police to those responsible for taking their things.

If you recognize the people in those photos give Oklahoma City Police a call.

We are told another resident had $1.28 stolen from his truck the same morning.

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