Tulsa police are searching for a serial ex-convict who has stolen merchandise from Tulsa Macy's stores five times since Sept. 24, court documents state.
Ramon Terrell McBee, 41, took more than $500 worth of clothing from the stores on five occasions, with most of the stolen goods made up of ladies' coats, a court information sheet says.
He has been named to Tulsa's Most Wanted list.
McBee targeted the Macy's at the Promenade Mall and Woodland Hills Mall, according to police. He is wanted on five felony warrants -- larceny of merchandise from a retailer -- that carry a $100,000 bond.
McBee previously has served prison time for 10 felonies since 1989 and has been charged in more than 20 cases. Felony convictions include possession of a stolen vehicle (1990, 2002, 2005), robbery with a firearm, robbery by force or fear, unauthorized use of a vehicle, knowingly concealing/receiving stolen property, unlawful possession of controlled drug (2005, 2007) and second-degree robbery.
He was last released in October 2011, after he served less than four years of a 10-year sentence.
In April, McBee was sentenced to two months in the county jail for two counts of misdemeanor larceny of merchandise from a retailer.
Police describe McBee as a black male, 5-foot-7 and 150 pounds with black hair and brown eyes.
If you have information about McBee's whereabouts, call Crime Stoppers at 918-596-COPS. The Tulsa Crime Commission pays cash rewards for information leading to felony arrests. You may remain anonymous.