Monday, November 28, 2016

Tulsa mall security officer critically injured by fleeing shoplifters privateofficer.com

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TULSA, Okla. Nov 28 2016 – A violent attack on a Tulsa mall security officer has police looking for three persons involved in the incident which began as a shoplifting.
Police say that the three suspects pinned the security officer with their car at Woodland Hills Mall Saturday evening.
Tulsa police said that they responded to the mall at around 7 p.m. after three females were shoplifting from the Abercrombie & Fitch store inside the mall.
Mall security witnessed the crime, and security officers followed the girls to their car.
The suspects refused to follow security commands to stop, and got into a blue Mitsubishi Gallant. The driver put the car in reverse and intentionally struck a security officer, pinning him between her car and another car.
The security officer was bent over on the hood of the car when the driver drove off with him still on the hood of her car, and then the driver hit her brakes which flung the security officer from the car.
The driver sped off and ran over the security officer and the vehicle has been identified as a Mitsubishi Gallant was occupied by three black females and a small child.

Police and emergency medical services responded to the area and found the security officer with possible life threatening injuries and a broken foot and hand.

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