Tulsa police search for robbery suspects


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Surveillance photo of vehicle suspected to be involved in robbery.
Surveillance photo of vehicle suspected to be involved in robbery.
Updated: 2/06/2013 10:53 am Published: 2/06/2013 10:50 am


Tulsa Police Robbery Detectives need help locating two suspects who robbed someone in the area of 8100 S. Lakewood Place.

Police say on Sunday, January 6, 2013 at 7:15 a.m., a male victim was taking out trash at his apartment complex when he saw a woman standing in the parking lot talking on her cell phone.

The victim spoke to the woman, who then started a conversation with him. The suspect told the victim she was arguing with her boyfriend. The victim then invited her to his apartment for coffee. While the two were in the apartment a man opened the door and entered the apartment.

The woman told the victim the man had a gun. Both suspects demanded money from the victim, who complied with their demands. The suspects forced the victim to drive to a bank in the area of 6600 S. Sheridan Road, and forced him to withdraw money from the ATM.

Surveillance video captured the woman while she was inside the victim's vehicle. The man followed the victim and the woman to the bank in a black Mercedes. This vehicle was also captured by surveillance video. The victim said he didn't see a gun, but was in fear for his life.

Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 918-596-COPS or text 918TIP to Crimes.

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dukshanee - 2/6/2013 3:34 PM
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p.s. lock your dang doors people!!!!

dukshanee - 2/6/2013 3:33 PM
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there is no way someone would make me drive to a bank, if they tried they better be wearing a seat belt cause I would be driving like a manic and running into a telephone pole at 50 mph!!! plus I got this beautiful black thing in a pretty little holster called a glock .40cal on my side at all times and its cocked locked and ready to rock!!! people need to quit being victims to these low life scumbags!!!
 
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