‘What-a-burglars’ have an appetite for crime and fries

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EDMOND, Okla. -- Edmond police are looking for a pair of suspects with an appetite for crime and a hankering for Whataburger.

For the past week, police say cars have been burglarized between midnight and 8 a.m.

"Where people have left their windows cracked, car unlocked and have had guns stolen," said Jenny Wagnon, with the Edmond Police Department.

Authorities say the alleged thieves made off with guns and credit cards, but didn't know they were being recorded.

"The daughter left a garage door open overnight accidentally but they luckily have surveillance, home security system," Wagnon said.

Investigators quickly recognized a pattern when running the bank statements of each victim.

Every time, the alleged thieves went straight to Walmart.

"They are making a big purchase, $300 plus then right across the street to the Whataburger there," Wagnon said.

Crime with a side of fries, cheeseburgers and an ice cold soda.

Police are confident they'll catch these hungry criminals, thanks to their predictable routine, and undeniable surveillance.

"We do have a pretty clear picture. Surely someone who knows them will be able to recognize them," she said.

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