Police say one person was shot after men wearing hoodies and masks kicked in the front door of a north Tulsa home early Friday.
Officers said the home invasion happened in the 4500 block of North Johnstown at about 4 a.m.
Police said three men were home at the time. The victims told officers the men ransacked the home and took jewelry and car keys. A 50-year-old victim attempted to run away, but was shot in the buttocks. The robbers then left in the victim's 1982 Chevy Monte Carlo heading west on 46th Street North.
EMSA took the shooting victim to the hospital with what police said was a non-life threatening wound.
Police continue to investigate.