Police Looking for Man Suspected of Multiple Armed Robberies
Police are looking for an armed robber who is suspected of robbing four different people at gunpoint earlier tonight in a span of forty minutes in midtown Tulsa.
According to sergeant Mark Mackenzie, the suspect is described as a black male around 5'9" who was wearing a dark jacket and a Philadelphia Eagles beanie.
The first incident occurred around 6:30 p.m. in front of My Fit Foods at 1601 E 15th St. Two victims were described as being approached by the subject, who showed his handgun and demanded their wallets.
10 to 15 minutes later, the suspect allegedly robbed a woman after she pulled into her driveway near 22nd and Lewis.
While officers were at the scene, they heard of another robbery at 26th and Evanston, where the suspect again confronted a victim in a driveway.
The suspect demanded cash and wallets each time and no one was injured.
Police are looking for the suspect but have no further leads.
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