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OSBI asks for help in identifying robbery suspects

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A composite image of the male suspect from an armed robbery in Tuttle, Okla. on Saturday, August 31, 2019.{ }(Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation)

The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation (OSBI) is asking the public's help in identifying suspects from an armed robbery that happened in Tuttle, Okla.

The robbery took place about 11 p.m. on Saturday, August 31st, in the 100 block of East Drive, near Willow Street, according to OSBI. Two suspects entered a couple's home beat the husband and then tied the pair up. The couple is in their 70s. The husband was able to break his bindings and get a loaded gun, he then shot at the suspects.

A release from OSBI said after fire at the suspect they fled to a vehicle outside, with a third suspect in it, and left the scene.

Tuttle police were called and they requested the assistance of OSBI.

OSBI reports the suspects are described as a female in the middle 20s to early 30s who is approximately 5'4'' and 130 pounds with a tattoo on the back of her neck or upper back, a man also in his middle 20s to early 30s approximately 5'7'' and 140-145 pounds with tattoos on the top of his right arm.

OSBI reports the "third suspect was observed on video surveillance sitting in the driver's seat of the vehicle but never entered the home."

Anyone who can help identify the suspects is asked to call OSBI OSBI at 800-522-8017 or or e-mail tips@osbi.ok.gov.



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