Police searching for 3 suspects after woman tied up during home invasion
TULSA, Okla. (KTUL) —
Police say they're looking for three people after a north Tulsa home invasion left the homeowner bound in the backroom of her house.
Officers responded around 10:20 a.m. to a home near Admiral and Yale.
Police say the homeowner told them that three people broke into her home and tied her up. The victim stated that when she answered the door, they forced their way inside.
One was armed with a semi-auto pistol. The suspects forced the victim into a backroom and bound her with a cord they got from the front yard of the residence. The victim stated the men then demanded “the money” and began to ransack the house. The victim also stated that the suspects groped her and threatened her two-year-old son who was asleep in another room, according to police.
The suspects searched the house for money but were unsuccessful. After about 15 minutes, the suspects fled the scene in an unknown direction.
The victim described the suspects as two white males and one Hispanic male in their late 20’s. All three were wearing gloves.
At least one of the suspects was armed, police say.
EMSA was called to the scene, but the homeowner and child were reportedly OK.
It's not clear what, if anything, the suspects took from the home.