Editor: Margaret RyznareIndiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law
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Friday, January 13, 2012
By Family Law
TULSA - Up to $70,000 worth of merchandise is stolen from a bridal shop in South Tulsa. Police believe the job was professionally done. Bridal Palace was broken into early Tuesday morning. Thieves cut out the glass on the back door to enter. Detectives believe it took up to three hours to complete the job.
The theft leaves soon to be brides and their bridesmaids without anything to wear.
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