Tulsa police are looking for three people they say robbed several victims at gunpoint at an apartment complex near 31st and 129th East Avenue early Monday morning.
Police say a total of five people broke into the Astoria Pointe Apartments near 31st and 129th East Avenue. Two were armed with handguns and one had a nightstick, an arrest report states.
Two of the suspected robbers were caught, and authorities have been questioning them.
Around midnight, police say four armed robbers broke into an apartment at the Astoria Pointe complex, demanding money from the three people inside.
The victims lost money, a laptop, an E-cigarette machine and a bong, records show.
Police say the suspects then left in several vehicles.
About 45 minutes later, officers found a truck nearby with two of the suspects inside. The victims identified them both as being at the apartment during the break-in.
The men were identified as 18-year-old Adrian Clayborne and 17-year-old Matthew Schnorrenberg. Both were arrested on complaints of robbery with a dangerous weapon and first-degree burglary.
Police don't have a good description of the other robbers. If you know anything, call Crime Stoppers at 918-596-COPS.