TULSA - Tulsa police are looking for two men accused of a violent sexual assault.
Authorities said the suspects called out to a woman during the early morning hours of Dec. 21 near E Pine Street and Sheridan Avenue.
One of the suspects then allegedly threw the victim down into a ditch, choked her with her necklace until she lost consciousness and proceeded to abuse her.
Police said the other man stood next to a privacy fence and said he was "next."
A bystander drove up to the scene and yelled for the two to stop, causing them to run.
The suspects are described as a white and a black man in their mid to late 20s between 5 feet 10 and 11 inches and 150 to 170 pounds.
The white suspect has short blonde hair and was wearing a white baggy T-shirt and light baggy blue jeans. The black suspect wore a black hoodie, dark pants a large metal belt buckle and has a tattoo on the right side of his neck.
Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 918-596-COPS or call police directly.
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