TULSA - Two men kicked in the door of an east Tulsa home overnight, claiming they were police officers.
The victims told police they awoke around midnight to the suspects yelling as they made their way inside the home near 41st and 129th East Avenue.
The suspects demanded money and fired what officers are calling a warning shot into a bedroom wall. Police say they took cash and fled the scene.
No one was hurt but the victims were shaken, saying they have no idea why they would be targeted. Officers describe the area as a safe and quiet neighborhood.
"The whole damn town is going to hell in a hand basket," said Rose Marshall, who lives two doors down. "It's getting to the point where you're not safe anywhere."
Police have only a vague description of the suspects -- two males wearing dark hoodies and ski masks.
Another home invasion happened in west Tulsa.
Police said someone pistol whipped a man inside his trailer and then ran off with his cash.
The man was able to provide a description of the suspect, but police have not made any arrests.
Anyone with information on the break-in or the suspects is asked to call Crime Stoppers at (918) 596-COPS. Tipsters may also text TIP918 to CRIMES or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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