Rogers County Deputies Search For Home Invasion Suspects
ROGERS COUNTY, Oklahoma - Officials have released a 911 call from a woman after investigators say two people broke into her home in Rogers County.
Investigators said the woman was home asleep when two people kicked in her door Wednesday morning.
They said she got up and ran into her living room and saw them running outside. That's when she called 911.
It was a desperate plea for help.
911: "911 what’s the address of your emergency?"
Caller: "I was asleep and just had a break in."
"We're still pulling surveillance video around the area to see if we can get a description and picture of the suspects," said Rogers County Deputy Kyle Baker.
Baker says the victim lives with her boyfriend, but he wasn't home when the man and woman broke in.
The couple didn't get away with anything because Baker said they quickly ran out the front door when they saw the victim.
"They've also left in a 2007 or 2013 white Toyota Tundra single cab extended bed with a chrome grill. They're still looking for that vehicle," said Baker.
Investigators said the couple is still on the run and investigators don't have much to go on, leaving the victim and others in the quiet community on edge.
Investigators said if you know anything about this crime, call the Rogers County Sheriff's Office.