TULSA, Okla. - Scary moments for a Tulsa mom as she is forced at gunpoint to drive, with her kids in the car, to an ATM and withdraw cash.
Investigators say the victim was in the parking lot of Ace Cash America near Admiral and Lewis when she was approached by two heavyset black females.
The victim told officers she was putting her small children in her vehicle when the suspects approached her.
One of the females was armed with a gun and told the victim to give her the money.
When the victim told the suspects she didn’t have any money, the suspect with the gun grabbed the victim’s purse, took the cash from her wallet then forced her into the vehicle.
The other suspect got into the back seat with the victim’s children.
The suspects forced her to drive to the Arvest Bank at 15th and Utica and withdraw money from her account.
The suspects then forced the woman to park a few blocks away where they waited for their getaway car to arrive.
A few minutes later, a silver Nissan van with a black female driving, pulled up behind the victim’s vehicle. Both suspects exited the vehicle and got into the van.
One of the suspects told the victim that they had her tag number and knew where she lived. The suspects threatened to kill her and her family if she called police.