posted by: David Peterlinz, Photojournalist - email
Tulsa Police are searching for suspects after an overnight armed robbery in East Tulsa.
According to TPD, just before one o'clock, Friday Morning, two men with shirts over their faces entered the QuikTrip in the 200 block of North Garnett. One of the suspects then threw a bag on the counter while the other suspect pointed a gun at the clerk demanding money from the register.
Both suspects fled the store with an indeterminate amount of cash in a Northbound direction.
K-9 Units attempted to track the suspects. Police believe the suspects may have gotten into a nearby vehicle.
Police describe the suspects as two black males, one of was 5' 10" with a "slender build."
TPD asks if you have any information on this case to call Crimestoppers at (918) 596-COPS (9677)
Look for more on this story later on-air on Tulsa's Channel 8 and on-line at KTUL.com.
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