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Video: Clerk Shot At By Robbery Suspects

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Video shows one suspect put the gun right in the clerk's face. Video shows one suspect put the gun right in the clerk's face.
Police said two suspects were there and one of them fired two shots. Police said two suspects were there and one of them fired two shots.
This frame show's both suspects at the counter. This frame show's both suspects at the counter.

Tulsa Police release dramatic video of an armed robbery in hopes it will help bring in leads on the suspects.

The crime happened Monday around 5:00am at the Kum and Go near 101st and Mingo Road in Tulsa.

Surveillance cameras caught the whole thing on tape. It shows two black male suspects enter the store and point guns at the clerk behind the counter.

They demand money, but the clerk refuses telling the men to leave. The barrage of words is exchanged for bullets as one of the two men fire at the clerk narrowly missing him.

The suspects took off on foot. Tulsa Police officer Leland Ashley said two rounds were fired in the ordeal.

"We'd really like to get these individuals into custody. Both individuals were well covered in their face. We're hoping they've talked to someone, or someone maybe has information that can lead to the subjects' arrest," Ashley said.

Detectives also hope someone will recognize the voice and features of the suspects and call Crimestoppers. That number is 918-596-COPS. Information can be left anonymously and tips that lead to an arrest are eligible for a cash reward.

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