Tulsa Police looking for a pair of serial robbery suspects
Monday, September 15th 2003, 12:00 am
News On 6
Tulsa Police are looking for a pair of serial robbers that strike again early Monday morning.
The latest robbery happened at a fast food restaurant full of customers and employees. News on 6 crime reporter Lori Fullbright says police believe this is the eighth robbery for these two suspects in the past three weeks.
The team is a black guy and a white guy and one of them usually has a pump action shotgun, they generally cover their faces and wear gloves. The one with the gun controls the people while the other takes the cash.
Monday morning, they herd the people inside a What-A-Burger near 15th and Peoria, down to the basement and take the surveillance tape. But one customer got a good look. He happened to walk in as the bad guys ran out.
There have been seven other robberies since August 27th involving these suspects. A Ramada Inn, a Kwick Stop, Holiday Inn Express, Dreamland Video, Minute Mart, E-Z Mart and Microtel Inn. Most happened between midnight and 5 AM. The weapon is generally a shotgun, but the descriptions vary.
If you have any information about this string of commercial robberies, you can call Crimestoppers at 596-COPS. You don't have to give your name and you could earn a cash reward.