The LPD (Lawton Police Department) and Crime Stoppers of S.W. Oklahoma need your help in identifying these auto burglars. Watch the video below to see if you recognize either of these criminal suspects.

These two were caught red-handed by security cameras breaking into a vehicle on (03-21-23) in the Ranch Oak neighborhood in Lawton, OK. While the video doesn't show their faces maybe you can still identify them.


It appears that the vehicle doors were unlocked and the two burglars went through the center console and back seat looking for items. Not too sure what they stole from the car, but they got away with something.

Watch the video below to see if you can help LPD identify these auto burglars

If you recognize either of the two burglars you're encouraged to contact Crime Stoppers of S.W. Oklahoma. You can call (580)-355-INFO (4636) or you can visit the official website at

You can report any information or tips anonymously and you could even earn a cash reward. You can also contact Lawton Police Department by visiting the official site here or on their Facebook page, clicking here.


Hopefully, these two will be caught, and any items that were stolen returned. Also, don't make it easy for them. Make sure you always lock up your vehicles. Otherwise, you could be an easy target for auto burglary.

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