GLENPOOL, Okla. — Quick facts:
- Glenpool police said five men broke into a home and robbed a couple there.
- They said the men took guns and cash from the couple.
- They also reportedly forced the couple into their trunk.
Police said five armed men broke into a Glenpool home early Wednesday morning and assaulted and robbed the people living there.
They said the suspects sent one person in via a pet door, and that person unlocked a door and let the other suspects inside.
The suspects then held the man and woman inside the home at gunpoint, hitting the man with a gun, and demanding to see where cash and weapons were kept.
The suspects then forced the couple into the trunk of their own car, which was parked in their garage.
The suspects reportedly stole additional weapons, including two rifles and a shotgun. The suspects also took electronics, valuables and more than $5,000 in cash from the home.
Police said the homeowner is a contractor and had the cash for his business.
Glenpool police are seeking the public’s help with any information about this crime.
Anyone with information about this or any other crime in Glenpool is urged to contact the Glenpool Police Department at 918-322-8110.
Callers can remain anonymous.
These men should be considered armed and dangerous.
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