TULSA, Oklahoma – Tulsa Police are looking for three men who attacked a pregnant woman in her home Monday night.
It happened in the 2100 block of East Oklahoma Place about 7 p.m. Monday.
Police said the woman thought a family member was coming home when she heard the door open. Instead, three black men, wearing masks, entered the house and took the woman and two other residents hostage.
Officers said the woman was held hostage in a back room, where she was assaulted. The woman, who is about five months pregnant, was taken to the hospital to be checked out. Her name has not been released.
Police said the other two residents were held at gunpoint in the living room. They were not injured.
Officers said the suspects stole TV's, VCR's and some cash from the home, before leaving the scene.
Tulsa Police talked to nearby residents, but said no one reported seeing anything suspicious in the area.
"We're hoping that someone may have seen something but really didn't know what was going on and therefore didn't report a possible burglary," Captain Karen Tipler, Tulsa Police, said.
The victims told police they did not know the suspects. Tulsa Police are still looking for the three men.