TULSA, Okla. — Quick facts:
- A woman said she was robbed at gunpoint after a fender bender in north Tulsa.
- Tulsa police are investigating.
- No one was hurt.
Tulsa police say a man robbed a woman at gunpoint after a fender bender in north Tulsa.
Detectives say the woman was at a check cashing store near Lewis and Pine when it happened.
She reported backing out of her spot and bumping into a vehicle.
The woman told police the driver of that other vehicle immediately got out and started yelling and swearing at her and demanding money to fix the damage.
When she said she was going to call police, the man reportedly pulled out a gun, robbing her and her friend at gunpoint.
Police are working to get video from the business, but they say they do have leads in the case.
Robbery sergeant Brandon Watkins says he’s never seen of robbery of this type in his career. He believes the suspect took advantage of the situation.
The woman didn’t want to go on camera but she did tell us off camera that she was scared for her life. She said she never thought something like this could ever happen.
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