TULSA, Okla. — Tulsa police arrested three teens they suspect in two carjackings.
Just before midnight, officers responded to the area near 21st and 129th East Avenue where the first carjacking took place. The victim told police they were outside of their home in their SUV when two people approached them, threatened the victim with a gun, and stole the car.
Around an hour later, officers responded to the area near 31st and 129th East Avenue for the second carjacking. When they arrived, they got a similar descriptions of the suspects, a gun being used, and the black Mercedes they used to get away.
The first car was left behind. Police got a call about several teens driving a black Mercedes sedan that could have been stolen. Police arrived and connected the car to the carjacking and arrested 3 teens.
Charges have not been filed yet.
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