Court documents detail what police think happened during the Bristow Walmart heist on July 4.
According to a police interview with Mariah Bustamonte, she said her stepfather, Rico Robertson, wanted her to help steal from the Walmart he managed with a man he called Byron.
Police say Bustamonte drove Byron to the Walmart where he pretended to be a Loomis security guard and grabbed a bag with $75,000.
She said they then went back to Robertson’s home where, later, she was given $900 dollars “so she wouldn’t turn herself in.”
During their investigation, agents were also told that, after the heist, Bryan’s clothes were burned in a charcoal grill before he left Tulsa on a bus.
Bryan is still on the loose, but Robertson and Bustamonte are in jail on complaints of conspiracy to embezzle and embezzlement.