TULSA, Oklahoma - Police are looking for four teens they say are involved in at least two Tulsa home invasions on Wednesday. 

Officers say the first incident happened just after 2 p.m. on East Woodrow Place near Apache and Harvard.

Police say the teens, all wearing masks knocked on the door and when a resident answered, forced their way inside the home.  After they tied up two women with masking tape and robbed them, they left.

Then just before 9 p.m., police say four teens, with the same description, forced their way into a home near the Tulsa Country Club on West Latimer Place, holding a mother and father at gunpoint.

Officers say the couple's son was able to run out of the home. And despite being chased by the suspects, police say he got to a friend's house, where he called for help.

Police say one of the gunmen held a gun to the father's head, then took the father's cell phone before all four ran out of the house.

No one was hurt in either home invasion.

Police don't have a great description of the teens.  If you know anything about either of the robberies you are asked to call Tulsa Police.