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Police Release Surveillance Video From Tulsa EZ Mart Robbery

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Police have released surveillance footage from the EZ Mart at 37th and Memorial, which was robbed early Monday morning. Police have released surveillance footage from the EZ Mart at 37th and Memorial, which was robbed early Monday morning.
Police say one of the men told the clerk he had a gun, then hit the clerk over the head, knocking him down. Police say one of the men told the clerk he had a gun, then hit the clerk over the head, knocking him down.
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Police have released surveillance footage from the EZ Mart at 37th and Memorial, which was robbed early Monday morning.

The clerk told officers a man came to the front door after closing time and started banging on the door, yelling that he needed the police. The clerk said he opened the door and two men entered.

Police say one of the men told the clerk he had a gun, then hit the clerk over the head, knocking him down.

The video shows one suspect in a beige cap attempting and failing to open the cash register, before attempting to remove it from the counter altogether. When he was unsuccessful, he started taking cigarettes from behind the counter.

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The other man, wearing a black and gray striped hoodie, gloves, and holding a red cloth over his face, came over to try to remove the cash register.

Police say they eventually got away with cash and cigarettes. Police described both men as being in their 20s.

Anyone who recognizes the men in the video Tulsa Police have posted to YouTube is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 918-596-COPS or text TIP918 to CRIMES.

See the surveillance video here.

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