TULSA - Two people are wanted for an early-morning robbery last month outside a south Tulsa apartment complex.
Police say a man was taking out his trash around 7:15 a.m. Sunday, Jan. 6 when he saw a white female standing in the parking lot, talking on her cellphone. The two began a conversation and police say the woman told the man she was arguing with her boyfriend.
The victim invited the woman to his apartment for coffee and after the two were inside his apartment a black male opened the door and entered.
Police say the female told the victim the black male had a gun. Both suspects demanded money from the victim, who complied.
Police say they forced the victim to drive to a nearby bank where they were captured on surveillance video. The suspects forced the victim to withdraw money from the ATM.
Surveillance video captured the female suspect while she was inside the victim's vehicle. The male suspect followed behind in a black Mercedes, which was also captured on camera.
Police say the victim didn't see a gun but said he was scared for his life.
Anyone with information can call Crime Stoppers at (918) 596-COPS.
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