UPDATE 3pm Wednesday: From Luther Police Chief Marcus Thurman. Police recovered the cash register and some merchandise today at 164th and Dobbs as part of the investigation. There are no suspects, he said.
The Luther Police Department is investigating an apparent overnight burglary at Rock N Vape Shop. The shop faces Hwy 66 near the new Dollar General store east of town.
The break-in occurred sometime between about 1 am – 5 am, police said.
In addition to the theft of merchandise and other materials, the perpetrators also took off with a customized wheel-chair equipped Hummer vehicle that belongs to the shop’s owner, Jeremy Ring, police said.
Police are looking for suspects and Oklahoma County Sheriff’s investigators will check for fingerprints and other evidence.
The door was kicked in. Police say there were no video cameras or an alarm on the premises.
Luther Police also remind citizens and business owners to be vigilant over personal property – report any suspicious behavior to 911, install cameras and an alarm system if possible.
Police say although there has been some reports of burglaries in the area recently, there’s no reason to believe this crime is connected to that.
It is hoped spreading the word about the missing vehicle will recover it back to its owner.