Tulsa Police have arrested two men after a string of armed robberies early Friday morning.
A police officer spotted their vehicle near 101st and Sheridan about five minutes after they robbed a Kum and Go at 110th and Riverside. Tulsa Police followed the truck to 91st and Memorial where they made the arrests.
Tulsa Police identify the pair as 23-year-old James Brooks and 23-year-old Walter McCombs.
The first robbery happened around 3 a.m. when Broken Arrow Police say the pair went into a Kum and Go convenience store at state highway 51 and Oneta Road and demanded money from the clerk. The clerk gave them the cash when they showed her a gun, and they drove off in a red pickup truck.
About 45 minutes later, Broken Arrow Police say the same suspects robbed a Fiesta Mart at 91st and Garnett. The suspects again showed a gun and got away with cash.
No weapon has been found yet, but Tulsa Police did recover some of the cash.
No one was hurt in any of the robberies.