TULSA, Oklahoma - Police released surveillance photos they say show the man who robbed a Tulsa drug store Tuesday morning. 

Officers said the man first tried to rob the Everyone's Cash store at 1617 N. Lewis but didn't get any money. They said he then went to the Walgreens store at 1438 North Lewis near Pine at about 11:20 a.m.

He told a Walgreens employee he would pull a gun if the employee didn't hand over money, police said. He took cash from the front register, ran outside and left in a gray four-door car.

According to police, the man is 40-50, 5'5"-5'6" tall weighing 145-165 pounds and might have a mole on his right cheek.

Police said witnesses didn't see the license plate on his car.