Oklahoma woman seeks justice after terrifying home invasion

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OKLAHOMA CITY - An Oklahoma woman is speaking out following a terrifying home invasion.

"At the end of the day, it's all about my baby," said Ebony Triplet.

Triplet said her baby's life could have been taken too soon.

"Woke up to a gun to my head, being choked out, with a man in my room telling me, a light skinny dude with a white T-shirt and blue jeans telling me 'Where's the money?'" Triplet said.

Her daughter was asleep next to her the entire time.

"I'm like 'What money? What are you talking about?' But, he's like 'Where's the money? Or, I'm going to kill you and baby,'" Triplet said.

She was worried he might shoot both of them even if she gave him money.

"I'm just like really in shock to be honest. I didn't even know what to do. So, I'm like 'There is no money here. I got two wallets,'" Triplet said.

One of them was hidden under her mattress for safe keeping because, inside, there was $2,700.

The suspect got away with all of it.

"Who sent you? Because, I already knew somebody had sent him, because he knew I had money," Triplet said.

She thinks that person is one of her best friends.

Police are investigating, but Triplet said she was hoping for quicker results.

"I thought that, once he got the money, he was going to kill me and my baby," Triplet said.

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