Police say two Tulsa restaurants were robbed at gunpoint Saturday afternoon by the same suspects.
Officers responded to an armed robbery at the Subway near East 11th Street and South Garnett Road around 4 p.m. They say two suspects stole a customer’s purse and money from the register. Police say the total loss in the robbery was about $220.
About 20 minutes later, officers responded to an armed robbery at the Taco Bueno near East 21st Street and South Sheridan Road. They say the suspects robbed the cashier and a customer ordering at the counter. Police say the total loss in that robbery was about $420.
Police say they are searching for a man and a woman with black semi-automatic pistols believed to be driving in an older gold or beige four-door Buick Regal with a mirrored back window. The male suspect was last seen wearing a camouflage mask, a black shirt and tan pants. The woman is described as 5’, 120 pounds with a dark complexion last seen wearing a black shirt.
They say there might also be a third suspect driving the vehicle.
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