Suspects at large after Thackerville dispensary burglary
THACKERVILLE, Okla. (KXII) - Big Poppa’s dispensary in Thackerville was burglarized before opening on August 28.
This is the second dispensary in the area to be targeted in two months.
“I got a call that our alarms were… going off, I headed straight down as quick as I could, we did look at surveillance and we could see that there was some kind of entry at the time,” said store manger, Tyson Miller.
Miller said two men attempted to break through the lock, “apparently that was too hard, so then they tried to actually, just go through the wall.”
Then they used a sledge ax to make two entry holes.
“Busted through, it’s very shocking to see how a normal human, even males at their age could accomplish that,” said Miller.
Once inside, “one of the assailants looked directly at the camera so we were able to get a facial recognition on him,” Miller added.
And the other suspect took a seat before the alarms triggered.
“They actually broke into a cage so they kind of confined themselves to a little area, at this time they were able to get their hands on a little bit of quality infused pre-rolls,” said Miller.
Before driving away, police say one of the suspects dropped his phone on the ground.
“The cellphone still had the GPS coordinates of their next location that they were headed to, local PD officers picked it up, they could observe a selfie of the man we observed on the camera,” added Miller.
No arrests have been made at this time.
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