Police: Man Suspected In Two Tulsa Drug Store Robberies
TULSA, Oklahoma - Police detectives are hoping someone recognizes a man who robbed two Tulsa drug stores Sunday evening.
Detectives said at 5:25 p.m. the man entered the CVS Pharmacy at 6342 East Admiral Place and demanded medication from a clerk in the pharmacy. When he was told the medication was not available, he left.
Police said an hour later, the same man entered the CVS Pharmacy at 11223 East 31st Street and handed a pharmacy clerk a note again demanding medication. Detectives said he told the employee he had a gun. After getting the medication, he ran out of the store.
Police said in both incidents, no one in the store was injured.
The man was described as a white male, 25 to 30 years of age. He wore a black hat and jacket, a green shirt, light colored pants and shoes.
Police released two surveillance photos of the man. If you recognize him, call Tulsa Police's Crime Stopper line at 918-596-COPS.