Monday, January twenty fourth 2022, 9:36 pm
TULSA, Oklahoma –
Tulsa Police are in search of three youngsters who broke right into a vape store and stole greater than $3,000 value of things.
Burn Tradition CBD supervisor, Katy Newton mentioned the boys really got here into the shop earlier within the day earlier than breaking in that night time.
“I suppose since they got here in earlier that day earlier than we had closed, they usually have been denied one too many instances, and determined to retaliate,” Newton mentioned.
Newton mentioned the teenagers aren’t sufficiently old to buy the vape cartridges, however after they broke in they stole 50 of them.
Additionally they stole the shop’s iPad and money field.
She mentioned her essential worry is the boys reselling the cartridges to their buddies.
“You are not purported to have it as a teen. It is meant for adults. That is why it has been legalized. And we do not need youngsters on the market spreading it to their buddies and promoting it round faculty and the whole lot else,” she mentioned.
Newton mentioned up to now few months, they’ve had a number of folks attempt to shoplift objects.
She mentioned it is not honest as a result of they’re a small enterprise who works exhausting.
“It is only one hit after the following. These are the companies that we have to actually assist in our neighborhood, and ensure they stick round,” she mentioned.
Newton added that they’re working with Tulsa Police to determine the names of the boys. She mentioned within the meantime, they’re taking further precautions.
The shop is placing bars on the home windows and getting new glass that is tougher to interrupt.
“I simply have a lot delight on this place, and all of us that work right here do, to see somebody had disrespected a lot after all of the work and the love the homeowners put into this place, it simply broke my coronary heart,” she mentioned.
Newton mentioned the shop remains to be open whereas they repair the window.
If you happen to acknowledge any of the three boys, name Crimestoppers at 918-596-COPS.