TULSA, Okla. — Tulsa police are investigating break-ins at two midtown Tulsa medical businesses last weekend that they believe could be connected.
Lt. Tim Means says thieves broke into Neuropathy Treatment Clinic of Oklahoma near 46th and Harvard sometime Saturday evening stealing about $50,000 in electronics and other items.
Pictures from the business show the suspects damaged doors and walls in the newly renovated building.
Jessica Kissinger, the president of the clinic, says the majority of the offices were locked and that it appeared the thieves “put holes in the wall to try and identify what was in the offices and what they could take.”
Kissinger says multiple TVs and laptop computers are gone, as well as coffee pots, corporate checks and documents.
“They also got into our IT closet and disabled our cameras, put the hard drive in the toilet and cut off all the internet so we couldn’t have an cloud based security footage,” Kissenger said.
Lt. Means says Professional Physical Therapy, next door, was also broken into as well. In that case, Means says similar type items were taken. “There is a possibility these two are related,” Means said.
Police say the suspects cut the power to that building.
Thanks to another neighboring business, there is surveillance video of a possible suspect vehicle that drove into and out of the parking lot several times during the weekend.
Police say if someone recognizes the truck to call Crimestoppers at 918-596-COPS or you can email Burglary@cityoftulsa.org
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