Suspects on the run after allegedly robbing four people at gunpoint

OKLAHOMA CITY – Two suspects are on the run after allegedly robbing four people at gunpoint. It happened late Monday night at a home near SW 59th and Shields.

"The victims said they were just inside watching TV,” said Sgt. Megan Morgan with the Oklahoma City Police Department.

Then, the group of four friends and a 6-month-old baby were visited by two unwanted guests who stormed into the home through an open back door.

"They pointed guns at the victims and robbed them at gunpoint,” Morgan said.

According to a police report, one of the suspects said “Don’t move! And, give us all your money.”

One victim gave him his wallet, which contained his school ID and $130 in cash.

The suspects grabbed another victim's purse and stole $1,200.

"Which she later told officers was actually for her rent. Now, right now, we don't have any information on who these suspects are,” Morgan said.

The suspects were both allegedly wearing black hoodies with the hoods pulled up and black gloves.

"Certainly a scary situation for anyone involved. Just sitting at home watching television when somebody you don't even know breaks in through your back door,” Morgan said. "Fortunately, nobody was injured and the 6-month old baby and her mom are okay.”

The suspects got away and, so far, no arrests have been made.

Call crime stoppers at 405-235-7300 if you have information that could help lead to an arrest.

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