Tulsa, Okla. – Video shows a car collapsing in front of a Twisters Wireless store in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and police are calling for help from the public to identify the bold criminals.
At 4 a.m. Thursday, outdoor security cameras recorded a taupe-coloured 1996 Buick Century driving into a parking lot.
A few seconds later, the car is seen accelerating, so much so that the front end of the car bounces slightly and hits the front window of the store.
As the car is inside, the driver of the car, dressed in a black ski mask and all black clothing, jumps out of the car and appears to be taking merchandise from the store display case.
FILE – Freeze frame of video showing alleged robbery and robbery at a Tulsa, Oklahoma wireless store.
As the car moves forward, the other three suspects can be seen taking more items into the shop. Investigators said the suspects stole phones, tablets and watches worth more than $15,000.
Once the thieves were there, the four fled the spot leaving the car. According to the police department, it did not take more than a minute or two to complete the entire robbery.
Detectives from the Tulsa Police Department believe the car was also stolen and suspect a runaway driver was waiting outside while four other men allegedly robbed the store.
Anyone with information can contact Tulsa Crime Stoppers at 918-596-COPS and be entitled to a cash reward.
“If you check your garage and realize your Buick Century has been stolen, we might have,” read a department Facebook post.
Storyful contributed to this report.