TULSA — The Tulsa County Sheriff's Office is asking for help in identifying suspects in connection to two home burglaries.
Deputies say the two home burglaries took place on Jan. 21 only minutes apart from one another.
The first burglary happened near the 2300 block of South 49th West Avenue just before 11 a.m.
A woman, who had stayed home sick, heard a noise coming from her living and found a man crawling through the window, deputies say. One the woman saw the man, he fled the scene.
The suspect is described as being a young, slender man with scruffy facial hair wearing tan overalls, deputies say.
The suspect was seen getting into a red truck, on the passenger side, right before the truck fled.
Deputies say, about an hour later, another home burglary took place on South 49th West Avenue and West 21st Street South.
A resident had returned home to find the front window open, deputies say. A television, jewelry and four guns were missing from the home. Witnesses described a red truck being at the location of the scene as well.
Deputies described the red truck as being a red dodge truck with a toolbox in the back.
If anyone has information on the identity of the suspects, deputies ask that they call 918-596-5601.
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