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Police: Tulsa Family Victim Of Home Invasion Robbery

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Officers said two children and two adults were inside the home in the 1500 block of East Seminole when two armed men kicked in the front door. Officers said two children and two adults were inside the home in the 1500 block of East Seminole when two armed men kicked in the front door.
After leaving the home, the victims told police the two men got into a white car and drove away. A short distance away, that car hit another car parked in the street. After leaving the home, the victims told police the two men got into a white car and drove away. A short distance away, that car hit another car parked in the street.
TULSA, Oklahoma -

Police are investigating a home invasion robbery at a north Tulsa home.

Officers said two children and two adults were inside the home in the 1500 block of East Seminole when two armed men kicked in the front door at about 2:40 a.m.

Police said the pair demanded money, but only got several cell phones.

After leaving the home, the victims told police the two men got into a white car and drove away. That car hit another car parked in the street nearby but kept going.

Police said the victims did not have a good description of the two robbers.

Tulsa Police Cpl. Tami Manz says police are still trying to determine if the victims and robbers knew each other.

She says none of the victims were injured.

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