TULSA, Okla. - Tulsa police are searching for the suspect who they said robbed a north Tulsa convenience store.
They said it happened at the Super Stop near 46th Street North and MLK around midnight Friday.
Police said the suspect walked in with a group, went behind the counter with a gun and told someone to sit down.
The suspect then reportedly demanded money from the register and the cashier’s wallet.
Police said the clerk told them that the suspect was a regular customer, but he could not remember his name.
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