Tulsa Criminals go on a crime spree

Tulsa Police Officers were extremely busy late Saturday night and early Sunday morning as three suspects committed several armed robberies and possibly at least one burglary.

  • Armed Robbery at the Silver Stone Apartments, 13100 E. 31st Street.  Three black males robbed three Hispanic Males at gun point for cash and attempted to Car Jack the vehicle. However, the car would not start.
  • Armed Robbery -Home Invasion at Bristol Park 11200 E. 45th Street.  Three black males kicked in the door and robbed the homeowners at gun point. The suspects beat the homeowners as they ransacked the house. Several items were taken including cash and a firearm.
  • Armed Robbery at Woodland Hills, 8600 E. 67th Street.  Three black males accosted the victims outside and robbed them at gun point.  The suspects struck the victim with the handgun and forced them to open their residence.  Several items were taken including electronics and cash.

The suspects were described as three black males, all approximately 6 foot tall with a medium build.  The first two were wearing dark hooded sweatshirts and the third was wearing a white hooded sweatshirt.  All three were wearing blue jeans and masks.

In potentially related incidents:

  • Armed Robbery of the Lucky Stop, 2500 S. Memorial.  A black male robbed the store worker at gun point and fled on foot. The suspect was wearing all dark clothing.
  • Burglary of Rent Quick, 7850 E. Admiral Place.  The suspects were described as three black males that broke into the store.  Several televisions and other items were taken.
  • Robbery near Club Corral, 5900 E. 11th Street.  The victim was sitting in her car when she was approached by a black male that demanded her purse and money.  The suspect broke out her car window and went through the glove box.  In this incident, the suspect fired one round from a handgun.

Tulsa Police encourage everyone to be aware of their surroundings especially in dark areas and parking lots.  Do not open or answer the door to strangers.  If you see suspicious activity, attempt to get a good description without risking safety and immediately call 911. 

If you have any information regarding any of these crimes, call CRIME STOPPERS at 596-COPS.  You can remain anonymous.

Updated 01-18-2010

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