• Tulsa police respond to robbery call, capture 'masked bandit'

    By: Ryan Love

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    TULSA, Okla. - Quick Facts:

    • Tulsa police responded to a recent robbery call after a family heard suspicious noises coming from one of their windows.
    • Police arrived at the scene to find a one-month-old raccoon caught in the family's window screen.
    • Responding Officer Toni Hill -- a former zookeeper at the Tulsa Zoo -- freed the raccoon and took her to the Wing It animal rehabilitation group.
    • According to the Facebook post showing the "masked bandit," the family is not pressing charges.


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