Tulsa Police are looking for two men and an SUV after a carjacking near Interstate 44 and 11th Street.
The call came in as a strong-armed robbery - so that means these two men didn't use weapons to threaten the driver - but nevertheless a frightening scenario.
Just before 11 p.m., at the Howard Johnson at 11th and I-44, police got the call of a robbery.
They got there and the victim told them two men approached his 2005 GMC Denali, telling him to get out of the car. The victim not only gave the men his keys, but also cash and his cell phone. He wasn't hurt.
Police tell us the carjackers took off west on 11th Street.
The victim wasn't able to give police a license plate number, but again it's a black 2005 GMC Denali.