Police searching for individuals who allegedly robbed multiple people at gunpoint at Oklahoma City nightclubs

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OKLAHOMA CITY - Police are looking for several individuals who robbed multiple people at gunpoint in the parking lot of two different nightclubs.

It happened on November 25 at the Cowboys club and Night Trips.

“It’s pretty bad. It’s very, very scary," said Marcos Nunez.

Now back home in Texas, Nunez is still shaking after a terrifying encounter he had at Cowboys while visiting Oklahoma City.

“The people parked this little car behind my truck, one comes forward," Nunez said.

The crooks demanded Nunez hand over all of the cash he had, which was $2,300, his brand new iPhone and his debit card.

“I live in Texas, in a very small town. You never think to have things like that," he said. "I know some people, especially the police, say why you bring a lot of cash like that? I say you never think something would happen like that."

Minutes before that robbery, surveillance video captured another hold-up just up the road in the Night Trips parking lot.

It's a similar story: the suspects approached two people in a parked truck, held them at gunpoint and got away with $200 in cash.

“It’s a frightening thing obviously for the victims to have somebody just pull up in the parking lot out of the blue and take their belongings," said MSgt. Gary Knight with the Oklahoma City Police Department.

That's why police want to make sure it doesn't happen to anyone else.

“Anyone with information, we want to hear from them through Crime Stoppers before these guys have a chance to actually hurt somebody," Knight said.

If you have any information, call 405-235-7300.

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