Tulsa Police are asking for help to find two armed robbers who invaded a party at the Creekwood Apartments near 81st and Memorial.
Officers said two men armed with guns forced their way into the complex in the 8400 block of South 77th Street.
"We all thought it was a joke at first, like, 'Our friends are breaking in, ha, ha. It's funny. Those aren't guns.' No, it was real," resident Autumn McDonald said.
McDonald said she had friends over for a party when two men walked in with guns. Partygoers said they were forced to take their clothes off and give up their belongings.
They said the thieves also threatened them.
"He put the gun to my head and my heart. I was scared. I knew, at the time, my life is gonna be over, and thank God it's not,” victim Kaleigh Tyler said.
Javohn Baker said, "I mean, he kept the gun pointed toward me the entire time, like, he did not want me to move."
The victims said the robbers left with a lot of their things, but they couldn't get a good description of the robbers because both wore a mask.
"They took about $500 I had saved for my rent and they took my BMW keys, which is gonna take about $300 to replace," McDonald said.
All the partygoers said they're shaken up, but thankful no one was hurt.
"Something was watching over me that honestly saved every one of us, because if I was here alone and I had everyone leave and this happened, I probably wouldn't be alive right now," said McDonald.
If you know anything that could help police track the men down, call Crime Stoppers at 918-596-COPS.