Two Tulsa Armed Robberies, Three Suspects Sought
TULSA, Oklahoma - Tulsa Police are investigating two unrelated armed robberies in Tulsa early Tuesday morning.
The first robbery occurred just before 3 a.m. at the QuikTrip at I-244 and Sheridan. Police say a man walked into the store wearing a red bandana on his face.
He implied he had a weapon and when he got cash from the clerk, ran out the door. No one in the store was injured.
Police described the suspect as black male with a shaved head, 6-feet tall and in his early to mid 30's.
After the robbery the suspect was seen driving away in a red late model Chevy Impala with dark tinted windows.
About one hour later, Tulsa Police were sent to an armed robbery at the Flying J Truck Stop near Admiral and 129th East Avenue.
Police say two men entered the truck stop's store and demanded money.
Once they got the money from a clerk, they ran out the front door. Again, no one was hurt.