Tulsa Police are looking for a home invasion suspect after a west Tulsa home was broken into Sunday afternoon.
Police say a man walked into a home near 29th and Cameron demanding diamonds, truck keys and weapons. The suspect then forced home owner Dean Hambrick and his wife onto the ground, threatening them with knife. The suspect then assaulted Hambrick with pepper spray.
But the victim was prepared. Hambrick pulled out a machete, and the suspect took off. Hambrick says he was thankful he was able to protect his family. Seven of his grandchildren were playing outside of the home during the invasion, but no one was injured.
Tulsa Police are still investigating the case.