An elderly couple is awakened when thieves break into their duplex overnight.
We're told that the home invasion happened near 13000 East 39th Street about 12:05 a.m. Thursday.
Tulsa Police Corporal R.W. Solomon tells us that "two suspects kicked in the front door, came into the residence demanding money. One round was shot off inside the residence."
We're told that no one was injured.
Solomon described the suspects as "two black males wearing masks carrying semi-automatic weapons."
The thieves got away with money that was inside a wallet.
A witness told police that one of the suspects yelled out "Tulsa police" after firing a gunshot, but Solomon says that police are investigating whether that actually happened.
"There was some information that they said that as they entered. We're trying to confirm with the couple that was in the residence. They were an older couple and they were asleep when the incident occurred."
Police searched the area, but no one has been arrested.