TULSA, OK -- Police continue to look for suspects in a smash and grab burglary overnight that resulted in the theft of a big screen TV.
Police officers responded to an alarm at the Desi Wok restaurant at 39th and Hudson at 2:15 a.m. Wednesday.
Officers found the front glass door smashed and a 42 inch flat screen TV taken off a wall.
Police say it doesn't appear anything else was taken.
Meanwhile, it appears a burglary alarm at another business scared a would-be thief off overnight.
Tulsa County Sheriff's deputies responded to an alarm at the Shell station at Pine and Yale at about 2:30 a.m. Wednesday.
Deputies say it appears the thief crawled through a service window, but as soon as the thief was inside the store, an alarm went off, causing the thief to flee.
A Wagoner County man says he's devastated after someone broke into his home and stole his nine-week-old puppy.
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