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Lawton Police investigate Craigs List robbery

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Lawton- Lawton Police are investigating a robbery involving Craigs List.

Keep this in mind if you plan on selling stuff on there after Christmas. A woman tells police she arranged a meeting Christmas night at an apartment complex on Southeast Camelot to sell a Playstation 3 system. She says two men showed up to make the purchase, when one of them grabbed the PS3 from her and took off running. The other suspect followed. One had the word security on the back of his shirt.

So far police have not found them. Count on 7NEWS to keep you updated.  

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