Overnight Business Burglaries Keep Police Busy


Thursday, March 13th 2008, 7:19 am
By: News On 6


Tulsa Police investigate at four business burglaries overnight.

Police officers first responded to an alarm call at the California Cleaners at 30th and Harvard.  Upon arrival, they found the front door of the business open, but no sign of forced entry. 

Police say they believe someone picked the lock and made entry. 

About 20 minutes later, Tulsa Police responded to a burglar alarm at the Comet Cleaners at 38th and Peoria. 

Police say someone broke out the glass of a front door, ran in and left out through the back door. 

The owners of the business say they are checking to see if anything was taken.

Tulsa police are also investigating two pharmacy burglaries. 

At about 5 a.m. Thursday, Tulsa Police were called the Med-X at 61st and Yale.  Police officers found the front glass broken out.  Police are trying to determine what was taken. 

About 40 minutes later, police officers got an alarm call to the Gene Scripts Pharmacy at 39th and Hudson.  Surveillance video shows two men in hoods prying open a door and going into the store. 

Police say it appears the suspects got away with cough syrup with codeine.

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