TULSA, OK -- One adult and two juveniles were arrested Sunday evening by Tulsa Police, 29 minutes after trio had taken part in two armed robberies.

Police say the first robbery occurred at 10712 East 61st Street and 13-minutes later, the second happened at 6400 South 76th East Avenue.

Police learned the three had fled in a gray Dodge vehicle.

Twenty-nine minutes after the first robbery, a Tulsa Police officer spotted that vehicle in the 5100 block of South Sheridan.

The officer stopped the vehicle in the 6700 block of East 51st Place.

Police determined the three people, 18-year-old Milus Clark and two juveniles were involved in both robberies and arrested them.

Property from both robberies was recovered from the vehicle.

All three were booked into the Tulsa County jail on complaints of robbery with a firearm and possession of stolen property.