TULSA, OK -- Acting on an anonymous tip from Tulsa Police's robbery tip line, police arrested two people Monday afternoon in connection with the armed robbery of a Tulsa bank Friday afternoon.
Tulsa detectives, along with FBI agents, located two suspects, Paul Bernius, 34, and Bonnie Keeter, 28, in a Broken Arrow apartment.
Coweta Police arrested a third person, identified as 34-year-old D'Angelo Milano Stefani.
Bernius and Keeter were put under surveillance and after police saw the pair get into a black BMW, officers arrested them. Police say the getaway vehicle from the Arvest Bank robbery at 11032 South Memorial Drive was a black BMW driven by a white woman.
They say she has been identified as Bonnie Keeter.
In addition, Tulsa Police say their investigation led them to the arrest of D'Angelo Milano Stefani in connection with the robbery of a Coweta bank also Friday afternoon.
Coweta Police say Keeter was the getaway driver in the robbery of the First Bank of Coweta Friday at 4 p.m.
The Tulsa Police Department worked with Broken Arrow Police, Coweta Police and the FBI during their investigation.