Police: 13 Vehicles Broken Into At Tulsa Hotel
TULSA, Oklahoma - Tulsa Police are searching for the people they say broke into more than a dozen vehicles overnight at the Woodspring Suites near the Broken Arrow Expressway and Sheridan.
Police say 13 vehicles were broken into early Friday morning.
Officers say a man staying at the hotel came out to his truck and realized someone had broken into it. He went inside to tell his girlfriend and the couple came back out to their truck.
That's when officers say two men came up behind them.
"Suspects approach them with pistols and say you need to turn around and start walking. So that's what they did, they turned around and walked off to the car dealership," said Tulsa Police Cpl. Chris Butterfield.
"I begged him not to shoot me because I'm pregnant. I said, 'Please don't shoot me, I'm pregnant.' I was crying. I was in fear for my life. I thought they were making us walk through the field to shoot us," victim Alisha Starr said.
The victims ended up walking to a car dealership where a security guard called 911.
Officers say they don't have a good description of the two men.
If you know anything, call police.