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Men Wanted For Armed Robbery, Stolen Credit Card

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Tulsa detectives are trying to track down a man they say stole a purse and another man who went shopping on the victim's dime.

It happened November 10th at an apartment complex near 61st and Garnett Road. A woman was walking from the parking lot to her unit when a man came up to her with a hand gun.

He demanded her purse, she complied and the man ran off.

Later that evening, Tulsa Police believe an accomplice took the woman's credit cards to B&B Liquor Store near 71st and Mingo Road and made a purchase.

After that, her card was used again at the QuikTrip on the corner of 51st and Mingo.

Police hope that someone will recognize the two men seen in these photos. Investigators believe the man in the gray hoodie held up the woman, and the man in the white shirt used her credit card.

If you have information call Crime Stoppers at 918-596-COPS or text TIP918 to CRIMES (274637).

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