An Oklahoma City couple was robbed at gunpoint after they had just left a Thunder game in downtown Oklahoma City, according to police.
At about 9 p.m. on Friday, January 2, officers responded to the report of an armed robbery in the area of S.W. 4th and Robinson. A couple told police that they had just left a Thunder game and was walking south on Broadway near S.W. 4th when a black SUV pulled up and parked in front of them.
The victims said two male suspects got out of the SUV and approached them and demanded money. When the male victim told them he didn't have any cash, one suspect reportedly pulled out a pistol and demanded the victim's car keys.
The victim refused to give the suspects his car keys, and the suspects demanded the victim's phone. The victim said he ended up giving the suspects a $1 bill, his driver's license and social security card, according to the police report.
The suspects then told the victims that if they did not tell anyone about the incident, they would send the victim's driver's license back to him in the mail.
According to the police report, during the incident, one suspect searched the female victim and groped her. The suspects then went back into the SUV. They threatened to kill the victims if they told anyone about the incident.
One suspect is described as a Hispanic male who was wearing dark pants, a dark gray hoodie and a white bandanna over his nose and mouth. He stands about 6 feet tall and weighs about 170 pounds. He had a tear drop tattoo under his right eye and a piercing in his left eyebrow.
The other suspect is described as a skinny black male who stands about 5 feet 10 inches tall. He was wearing dark pants, a dark hoodie, and a dark bandanna over his mouth and nose.
The suspect vehicle is described as a black Cadillac SUV with a tag beginning with “6.”
If you have any information, call Oklahoma City police.