TULSA, OK -- Police are looking for two men they believe robbed three Tulsa bars on Saturday.
Two men wearing various Halloween masks committed the robberies between 7:30 and 8 p.m., Tulsa Police Capt. Richard Alexander said.
Police were investigating an armed robbery at Cy's Bar, 3945 E. Admiral Place, when they were called to another robbery at Buccaneer Bar near 11th Street and Harvard Avenue.
In the second robbery, a couple told police they were robbed by two men in the parking lot.
A few minutes later, two men entered the Par-T Lounge near 2600 S. Sheridan Road through the back door, Alexander said.
They told everyone to get on the floor, and at least one of the men was carrying a gun. A fight ensued between the men and some patrons, and one of the robbers fired a shot.
Two patrons were hit by buckshot and sustained minor injuries, Alexander said. Another patron pulled a knife and stabbed one of the robbers several times in the stomach.
The robbers, who were not located, were seen driving a green Ford Explorer with a possibly yellow tribal or Arizona plate.
Police were looking at area hospitals for the robber who had been stabbed.
It is unknown how much money the robbers stole.