TULSA, OK -- Tulsa Police are looking for at least three suspects in connection with at least four armed robberies overnight.
Two businesses were robbed and two apartment residents were held up at gunpoint.
The first robbery happened at 10 p.m. Tuesday at 51st and Union.
Police say a man wearing a mask and carrying a rifle threatened employees at a Mazzios. He demanded cash and ran off. No one was hurt.
About an hour later, a man matching the description of the suspect from the Mazzios robbery, walked into a Carl's Jr. Restaurant at I-44 and 49th West Avenue.
He demanded money and then fled the store.
Tulsa Police are also looking for a suspect in robbed an apartment resident as the resident walked across the Creekwood Apartment complex parking lot.
The apartments are located at 84th and 79th East Avenue.
A short time later, police say several suspects held up a man doing his laundry at the Wimbledon Apartments in the 7400 block of East 48th Street.
The victim says the suspects put a pistol to his head and demanded money.
The victim was not hurt.