Tulsa police need your tips to find the suspects in a fast food restaurant robbery.
Officers were called to Wendy's near 31st and Harvard late Tuesday night.
Employees said they had locked the lobby, but were still serving customers in the drive-thru lane.
Police said the suspects smashed their way through the front glass door with a rock while workers were in the back cleaning.
The armed suspects demanded cash from the safe, and the manager complied. They ran from the store and have not been seen since.
The guys are described as black men, one 5-feet 7-inches tall weighing 160 pounds and the other 5-feet 7-inches tall weighing 150 pounds. Both were wearing black hoodies, gloves and bandanas covering their face.
Call Crimestoppers at 918-596-COPS if you have any information about the crime. Information given that leads to an arrest could be eligible for a cash reward.
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