TULSA, Okla. — Quick Facts:
- Officers responded late Monday night to a home invasion
- Two men broke into a home along East 59th Place North wearing Halloween Masks
- The intruders were "particularly violent", according to police
- Officers have not released any suspect information
Tulsa police opened an investigation into a violent home invasion reported Monday night.
Just after 10:30 p.m., officers responded to shots fired at a home near East 61st Street North and MLK Jr. Boulevard.
When they got there, they learned two men broke into the home wearing Halloween masks. They demanded money, according to police.
Investigators found four shots fired into a wall at the home.
The family at the home said the suspect who fired put his gun to a 14-year-old’s head and said, “Bang.”
Another suspect allegedly kicked a woman at the house before taking her purse.
Officers did not release a description of any suspects.
- St. Francis information hacked, held ransom
- "Violent and scary" home invasion investigated in north Tulsa
- Tulsans respond to deadly officer-involved shooting
- Family of man killed in officer-involved shooting calls for charges against officer
- Summertime heat before a cool down
Cox Media Group