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Tulsa Police Use Craigslist To Recover Stolen Property

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21-year-old Renell Miller [photo: Tulsa Co jail] 21-year-old Renell Miller [photo: Tulsa Co jail]

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TULSA, OK -- Tulsa Police used Craigslist to recover items they say were stolen from a home in the 4200 block of East 85th Street. 

Tulsa Police arrested 21-year-old Renell Miller Monday afternoon after officers arranged to buy an item Miller had advertised on Craigslist, a web site that features free classified advertisements. 

The officers met Miller at an apartment in the 10600 block of East 67th Street to purchase a stolen Play Station 3. 

At the apartment, police officers recovered the Play Station and a laptop they say were taken in the same burglary.

Officers say they also recovered stolen property from two other residential burglaries in south Tulsa. 

Miller was booked into the Tulsa County jail on two complaints of being in possession of stolen property.

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