Arrest warrants were issued Wednesday for two men accused of an Oct. 22 burglary of a Comanche County medical marijuana dispensary.

The Comanche County District Court issued felony arrest warrants for counts of second-degree burglary against Casey Street Harrell, 37, of Rush Springs, and Nathaniel Eric Lunsford, 30, of Cache, records indicate.

The men are accused of breaking into the Highway 49 Cannabis Dispensary, 23485 Oklahoma 49, the morning of Oct. 22.

The dispensary owner first called Comanche County Sheriff’s Deputies after arriving to his shop to find it had been burglarized. Surveillance footage shows the two suspects arrive and enter the business by forcing open the back door around 4 a.m. The theft took place within a 15-minute span.

According to the report, once inside, a second door was forced open and the suspects got access to the main sales area and stole several items totaling $7,420 including damages.

In the security video, at one point, one of the suspects’ face is clearly visible on camera. The report states he is a white male with a beard and wearing a dark hoodie. The second suspect was seen in a tan coat.

Written by Scott Rains:

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