Trucker Robbed At Gunpoint

Authorities are on the hunt for two suspects who attacked and robbed a trucker at gunpoint in Tulsa, Oklahoma, early this morning.

The incident took place after midnight outside the Tulsa Welding School when the truck driver stopped to deliver gasoline.

According to police, three men approached the trucker and demanded cash at gunpoint. When he said that he didn’t have any, they began to beat him and stole his wallet, containing between $700 and $750.

The three suspects were last seen escaping east from the site of the robbery.

The driver was treated on site for  his injuries but was not taken to the hospital.

The suspects are all believed to be in their early 20s. Two of them were both around 5’10” and African American. One of these men wore a dark hoodie and carried a handgun while the other wore a Chicago Bulls jersey. The other suspect was a 5’6″ Caucasian man wearing a white t-shirt.

If you have any information about the robbery, Tulsa police encourage you to call 918-596-COPS (2677).

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Sources:
Tulsa World
News On 6

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