TULSA, OK -- The Tulsa Police Department Robbery unit is asking for help in identifying suspects in several robberies that have taken place in Tulsa over the last two months. 

Hotel Robberies

Two people are suspected in a series of hotel robberies. The suspects were seen using a credit card one hour after a robbery of a LaQuinta Inn, 12500 block of East 52nd Street on December 18, 2009.

The other robberies being investigated are Super 8, 12410 E 51 St on 11-28-09; Holiday Inn at 18725 E Admiral Pl, 11-28-09; the Baymont Inn 4530 E. Skelly on 11-29-09, LaQuinta Inn at 6030 E Skelly Dr on 12-17-09,

The most recent robbery was at the LaQuinta Inn at 10829 E 41 St on January 14, 2010.

The female suspect came inside the hotel just prior to the robbery, according to Sgt. David Walker of the Tulsa Police Department. The male suspect is masked when he commits the crimes and is described as a black male with a deep voice.

The suspect took cash, wallets and computers before fleeing.

Taco Bell Robbery

The descriptions of three suspects in a Taco Bell robbery match those of suspects in several home invasions and business robberies.

The suspects robbed the Taco Bell in the 1500 block of East 71st Street at about 1:06 a.m. February 2. The men broke out the glass front doors of the locked business, stole cash from the registers and fled on foot.

The three men are described as being in their 20s and may be driving a small gray car.

QuikTrip Robbery

Two suspects attacked an attendant and robbed the QuikTrip at 12910 E. 21st Street at about 3:10 a.m. January 30. The attendant was able to fend off the robbers long enough for a customer to come in and scare them off.

Sgt. Walker said that the suspects are described as black men in their 40s. One is about 5'07", 160 pounds with a goatee and mustache. The other man is about 5'09", 170 pounds. He was wearing a red ski mask.

Police recovered some evidence at the scene. They believe the suspect vehicle is a tan four-door Cadillac with an Oklahoma tag.

Anyone with information on the identity of the suspects is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 596-COPS.