Tulsa police have released the description of a man who is suspected of robbing a lemonade stand in north Tulsa.
Three boys were at their stand, which was located at East 36th Street North and North Garrison, when they say a man drove up in a gold SUV asking if they had change for a $50, police say.
Police say the boys then pulled out their money bag to give the man change when the man grabbed the bag and fled eastbound on 36th Street North.
The man is described as being in his late 30's, wearing an OU shirt, bald and with a beard, officers said.
Officers say the SUV had an unknown Cherokee Nation tag and had a spare tire on the front right.
If you have any information, you are asked to call police.
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