CRIME

Investigator: Oklahoma Wal-Mart manager, stepdaughter helped steal $75,000 from store

  • FILE - In this July 4, 2015, file frame from surveillance video provided by the Bristow Police Department, a man leaves with more than $75,000 from a Wal-Mart after disguising himself as an armored truck driver in Bristow, Okla. A Wal-Mart manager and his daughter were arrested Wednesday, July 8 in connection with an investigation. (Bristow Police Department via AP, File)

    FILE - In this July 4, 2015, file frame from surveillance video provided by the Bristow Police Department, a man leaves with more than $75,000 from a Wal-Mart after disguising himself as an armored truck driver in Bristow, Okla. A Wal-Mart manager and his daughter were arrested Wednesday, July 8 in connection with an investigation. (Bristow Police Department via AP, File)  (The Associated Press)

  • This Thursday, July 8, 2015 photo provided by the Creek County, Okla., Sheriff's Office, shows Rico Robertson. Police have said that Robertson, an Oklahoma Wal-Mart store manager, and his stepdaughter, played key roles in allowing a man disguised as an armored truck driver to walk into the store and stroll out with about $78,000. (Creek County Sheriff's Office Photo via AP)

    This Thursday, July 8, 2015 photo provided by the Creek County, Okla., Sheriff's Office, shows Rico Robertson. Police have said that Robertson, an Oklahoma Wal-Mart store manager, and his stepdaughter, played key roles in allowing a man disguised as an armored truck driver to walk into the store and stroll out with about $78,000. (Creek County Sheriff's Office Photo via AP)  (The Associated Press)

  • This Thursday, July 8, 2015 photo provided by the Creek County, Okla., Sheriff's Office shows Mariah Bustamonte. Police have said that Rico Robertson, an Oklahoma Wal-Mart store manager, and his stepdaughter, Mariah Bustamonte, played key roles in allowing a man disguised as an armored truck driver to walk into the store and stroll out with about $78,000. (Creek County Sheriff's Office Photo via AP) MANDATORY CREDIT

    This Thursday, July 8, 2015 photo provided by the Creek County, Okla., Sheriff's Office shows Mariah Bustamonte. Police have said that Rico Robertson, an Oklahoma Wal-Mart store manager, and his stepdaughter, Mariah Bustamonte, played key roles in allowing a man disguised as an armored truck driver to walk into the store and stroll out with about $78,000. (Creek County Sheriff's Office Photo via AP) MANDATORY CREDIT  (The Associated Press)

An Oklahoma prosecutor is considering felony grand larceny charges against a Wal-Mart manager and his stepdaughter after another man stole about $78,000 from the store while disguised as an armored truck driver.

An Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation agent Derek White, in court documents, says 43-year-old Rico Robertson and 21-year-old Mariah Bustamonte conspired with other family members in the Saturday robbery. They were arrested Wednesday. Online jail records didn't list attorneys for either suspect who could comment on the charges.

Bristow police say another man entered the Wal-Mart dressed similarly to a Loomis armored transport employee. They say he walked to the cash office, signed for the money and strolled out of the store. Employees called police when the real Loomis employee arrived.

No other arrests have been reported.