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Posted on: February 22, 2017

Public’s Help Needed in Burglary Investigation


On 1/30/17, suspects burglarized a home near the Hunter’s Bluff area of Newalla, OK.  The vehicle the suspects were driving was recorded several times in the neighborhood by property owners’ security cameras prior to the burglary.  It appears that the vehicle was occupied by three people.


Later, property stolen from the burglary was pawned at several pawn shops in the NW Oklahoma City area.  One pawn shop was able to record the suspects as they pawned some of the stolen property.  Additionally, the same vehicle seen in the neighborhood security video is also seen in the parking lot at the pawn shop and was caught by security cameras as well.

Two of the suspects are seen in one photograph pawning stolen items.  The suspects used several different names and dates of birth to pawn the stolen property as well.  One name and date of birth used with variations was Bobby W. Hamilton with a birth date in 1993 and 1995.


Items stolen from the burglary included televisions, tablets, guitar and amplifier, computer, X-Box and X-Box items, and high dollar items.

Vehicle is described as possibly being a Buick 4 door sedan, silver in color with a passenger side front hub camp missing.

Anyone with information about the suspects or the suspect vehicle is asked to contact Cleveland County Sheriff Detective Cox at 405.701.8732.  Callers may also utilize the CCSO TIPS line at 405.701.8870 or the Cleveland County CrimeStoppers line at 405.701.8872 where callers may remain anonymous.

Anyone needing information about this press release should contact Undersheriff Rhett Burnett, Cleveland County Sheriff’s Office Public Information Officer. 


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