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Duncan police search for woman involved in recent home invasion

 DUNCAN,Okla._

Police have issued a warrant for the arrest of a Duncan woman believed to be involved in a recent home invasion robbery.

Police believe Felicia Hamman and a man identified as 'Tank' went to their victim's home with the intention of robbing them. Police believe Hamman acted as the bait, since she knew the victims, and convinced the man to open the front door. Once the door was open, 'Tank' grabbed the male from the porch, while Hamman stood by with a knife.

The victim's told police 'Tank' threatened to kill them if they didn't hand over their money. Police believe the robbers had knowledge there was a large amount of money being held inside the home. 

The victims told police that Hamman into the home to help retrieve the money which totaled several hundred dollars.  

 
Investigators believe they can learn more information about the 2nd robber if they can find Hamman.

 

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