Police are looking for three men after a home invasion and robbery early Monday at an east Tulsa home.
Officers got the call just after 4 a.m. to the home in the 3100 block of South 135th East Avenue.
Police say the three suspects, armed with a handgun and shotgun, stopped and confronted a man who was opening his garage door to go to work.
Tulsa Police investigating robbery-turned-home-invasion at 31st Pl and 135th E Ave. One person injured after being hit with a gun. pic.twitter.com/RSggxs1f2b— Dave Davis (@DaveDavisKOTV) July 9, 2018
Police say once inside the home, one of the victims was pistol whipped.
Police say trio, who all spoke Spanish, stole wallets and cell phones. Officers say they then apparently fired two shots into the air, before driving off in a four door sedan.
Officers say the victim who was pistol whipped was taken to the hospital by EMSA. Police say he suffered what appeared to be non-life threatening injuries.