Police say four teens are in custody and are being questioned after breaking into a woman's north Tulsa home early Tuesday.
Officers said the burglary happened at a home in the 6200 block of North Cheyenne at 2:45 a.m.
Police say the woman called 911 after hearing someone breaking into her home. While on the phone with police the woman said she saw two teens running away. Police arrived and with the help of K9 officers began an immediate search of the neighborhood.
After two hours, police found the teens hiding nearby behind bushes and fences. The teens ranged in age from 15 to 17. One of the teens was bitten by a K9 officer. He was treated by EMSA paramedics and released.
The resident of the home and her two children were not injured.
Police said a 42 inch flat screen TV was stolen from the home. It has not been recovered.