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Tulsa Police kept busy overnight

A busy overnight for Tulsa Police after a series of violent crimes. The motive in two of the incidents was money.

6 in the Morning reporter Omar Villafranca says Tulsa Police are looking for several different suspects who committed crimes ranging from armed robbery, to shooting with intent to kill.

The first crime happened shortly after midnight near 2800 South 104th East Avenue. Two suspects walked up to a woman as she pulled into her driveway. They asked for money and when she told them she didn't have any, they started grabbing items from her car. She tried to get out on the passenger side and they shot her in the leg. They drove off in a Grey Chevy Blazer.

Some scary moments for an employee at a Tulsa restaurant near 5800 South Lewis overnight. A woman was leaving work at Goldie's, when a man came up to her, pulled a gun and forced her back inside the restaurant. He took money from the store. The woman was not hurt. The victim described the gunman as a young black man in his 20's.

And a love spat ended with a stabbing and broken bones. Tulsa Police say during a fight in the 6100 block of North Zunis between a girlfriend and boyfriend, the woman was stabbed in the neck with a screwdriver and her leg was broken. She was taken to the hospital, while Tulsa Police search for her boyfriend.

If you know anything about any of these crimes, you are urged to call Crimestoppers. The number is 596-COPS, and remember, you can remain anonymous.
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