TULSA - Tulsa police are searching for three suspects in an overnight home invasion and robbery.
Police say the suspects knocked on the door at a residence near 32nd Street and Winston Avenue just before midnight, then forced their way in when someone answered.
Among the items taken were a television and a jewelry box, police say.
Officers say three people inside the home were pistol whipped.
Investigators say they think the victims knew the suspects and this invasion is retaliation for a previous incident.
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