TU students robbed, one on campus

Tulsa police are investigating after two University of Tulsa students were robbed at gunpoint on Thursday evening.

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Gladys Crump - 1/18/2013 8:17 PM
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LOL yeah Channel 6 didn't think the description was important either...well at least the public has an excuse for not giving the police any information, I live near both of those robberies, might have seen the two who did it, but since I don't know what they looked like, my saying I saw them and giving a description would just make me look like a racist so I can't pass the information on to police. I especially liked the line about TU security patroled the area just before it happened, I saw two security guards directly across the street from Arbys at that time, but they were huddled up together being chummy, for the whole time I was eating which was about 45 minutes, they never moved....not sure what they were doing but....they were not patroling....LOL

Unwashed Mass - 1/18/2013 3:46 PM
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Apparently the University didnt think details like 'descriptions' were necessary. They have everything under control.

Tulsa0is0trash - 1/18/2013 11:58 AM
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The suspects are black males in 20s. Just call me psychic!

FOX23News - 1/18/2013 11:35 AM
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No information about suspect description has been released by investigators. We'll update this story when we get it.

WyoMoe - 1/18/2013 11:00 AM
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WTH? Were these robbers dressed in Business Suits? Beaver Hats? Disquised as Elvis??? Great reporting!
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