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Video Released Of Catoosa Burglary Suspects

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This man and woman, suspects in the burglary, were driving a 90s white Thunderbird. This man and woman, suspects in the burglary, were driving a 90s white Thunderbird.
This tall blonde woman has been identified as a suspect in a Catoosa burglary. This tall blonde woman has been identified as a suspect in a Catoosa burglary.
The burglary happened on the wedding day of Lisa's daughter. The burglary happened on the wedding day of Lisa's daughter.

By Lori Fullbright, The News On 6

CATOOSA, OK -- A Catoosa woman and her children were asleep in their home when thieves broke in and stole computers, cell phones and her purse.

Now someone is using her debit card and checks on a massive shopping spree.

The Rogers County Sheriff's department has video of them and hopes someone can identify them.

"This door was wide open," said Lisa, a victim of burglary. "This door was open and all of these drawers were open."

Lisa woke up early on her daughter's wedding day and couldn't figure out why her house was so cold. She then realized burglars had been in her house, while she and her three girls were asleep in their beds.

"It scared me that I didn't hear anything; it scared me if I did hear anything, what would've happened if I'd gotten up and caught them?" Lisa said.

The thieves took laptops, digital cameras, Ipods, phones and unplugged computer equipment, then, grabbed Lisa's purse from the kitchen counter.

They went on a massive shopping spree on a day Lisa needed to get things for the wedding.

"This is the day go get manicures, pedicures, run pick up all the supplies, the punch, the flowers, the cake," Lisa said.

Instead the burglary victim was calling banks and credit card companies to report the theft.

Sheriff's deputies have video of three different people using Lisa's cards. The first is a man in a camo top and pants with a woman who are driving an early 90s white Thunderbird. The other person is a tall blonde woman in a peach colored shirt.

They hope identifying them, solves this case.

"It's certainly our goal as a Sheriff's Department to put some hoodlum who thinks he's a cat burglar, in the penitentiary," said Sheriff Scott Walton, Rogers County.

Lisa added tons of security to her house, but, getting back her sense of security is going to take much longer.

Anyone who recognizes the suspects, should call the Rogers County Sheriff's Office at 918-341-3535.

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