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

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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.

Another bandit off of the streets, your trash cans are safe again.

Posted by Tulsa Police Department on Tuesday, May 14, 2019

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