TULSA - Police are looking for three men they say are responsible for two robberies Tuesday night.
The first, around 6 p.m. at the Golden Chef restaurant on South Harvard.
With the help of surveillance footage police were able to provide a detailed description of the suspect.
They said he's a white male who stands 6 feet tall, and weights 200 pounds. He wore a light-colored hoodie and baseball hat, with light blue jeans and a handkerchief around his face.
Tulsa Police say footage showed the man point a gun at the cashier. She ducked, and he took the entire cash register.
Searches for him were unsuccessful, but police do know he fled eastbound on 29th Street.
The second robbery occurred around 11 p.m. at the Popeyes Chicken on East Pine Street.
An employee told police he was working in the back of the restaurant when two men threw a cinder block through a door.
One of the suspects showed a gun and demanded money from the register and the employee's wallet.
The victim said they forced them to the back of the store before they escaped.
Police don't have information on where they were headed. But they described them as two men wearing dark clothing and masks.
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