• Tulsa police say footage shows face of shotgun-wielding robbery suspect

    By: Sara Whaley


    Story Highlights

    • Robbers has robbed seven Tulsa businesses with a sawed-off shotgun.
    • Police said they are trying to determine if two different groups are behind the robberies.
    • Police are working to identify the suspects. 

    TULSA, Okla. - Tulsa police say at least seven businesses were robbed by a someone with a shotgun since January.

    Detectives say a number businesses have now fallen victim during the series of robberies. Video of one incident has given officers a look at a portion of the suspect's face.

    Tulsa Police Department

    More recent footage appears to show even more the suspect's face. Investigators said the suspect made the mistake of pulling down his mask as he walked out, not knowing there was a camera nearby.

    Tulsa Police Department

    The most recent robbery reportedly happened at the King Super Store near 11th between Sheridan and Memorial.

    A recent robbery at the Stop N Save near 6520 Charles Page also involved a man with a shotgun.


    Investigators said some of the other robberies took place at a Stop and Save near 12th and Houston and at an S&K Food Mart near Virgin and Sheridan.

    Police recently released a photo of a person who was at S&K before the robbery. They believe he has info and want to talk to him about it. 


    Before that, someone reportedly stole from the Cheapest Auto Insurance near 61st and Memorial on January 26, the Dash and Dash Food Mart near Virgin and MLK on January 21, the Dollar General near Fourth and Lewis on January 8 and the Family Dollar near 66th and Peoria on January 5.

    Police say a sawed-off shotgun has been used in all the robberies.

    Police say if you know anything to please call 918-596-COPS. It could mean a cash reward for you.

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