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Tulsa Gas Station Robbed By Man Who Apologizes for Incident

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A Tulsa gas station was the scene of a robbery early Wednesday morning where a man left with more than $400 in cash.

Tulsa Police said the incident occurred at the Phillips 66 station near 31st and Yale. Just after 3:30 a.m. a white male dressed in camo gear entered the business armed with a silver handgun and demanded cash.

Officers said he was able to get away with approximately $498 in cash. After he received the money, the clerk told police that the man apologized and told him it was for his family.

He was seen entered a beat up pickup truck and also was wearing a black hoodie and gloves.

Anyone with information on the robber should contact Crime Stoppers at (918) 596-COPS.

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