Man Tells Tulsa Police He Was Robbed At Best Value Inn
A man told Tulsa Police he was robbed at gunpoint in his hotel room at about 1 a.m. Saturday. Officers responded to America's Best Value Inn, 1016 North Garnett Road.
According to Tulsa Police Corporal Kevin Warne, the man said three men and one female forced their way into his room after knocking on his door. They took cash and his car keys, the victim told police.
Though the robbers searched his car, they didn't steal it. The man said they left in a white, older model Honda, possibly a Civic.
The victim was not harmed, Warne said. He lost some cash.
He had lived in the hotel for about 10 years but did not know the people who robbed him, police said.