TULSA, Oklahoma - Tulsa police are looking for armed men who may be responsible for a pair of robberies at Tulsa restaurants overnight. It's still early in the investigation, but officers said the armed break-in at the McDonald's at I-44 and 129th and a break-in at the 61 and Lewis Sonic may be connected.

Around 11 p.m. Sunday, December 11, police say two armed men threw a huge rock through the window at the McDonald's, with customers inside. The men demanded everyone get in one place, and ordered the manager to open the safe.

Police say the armed men took the money and a cell phone then left out the front doors.

About three hours later, Police say an armed man kicked in the back door of the 59th and Lewis Sonic, robbed it and left. We don't know yet what they got away with.

Officers say the victims in both cases weren't hurt, but there's not a good description for either of the men.