OKLAHOMA CITY -- Oklahoma City police officers are investigating a home invasion near S.W. 51st Street and Independence Avenue.
It happened Wednesday morning when officers said a 16-year-old boy and his neighbor were inside a home. They told police they heard a knock on the back door about 6:00 a.m.
When they went to open the door, police said three man and one woman forced their way inside. Officers said the intruders bound the hands and feet of the teen and neighbor with zip ties.
Authorities said the robbers stole $100 and a television before running out of the home. Police said the neighbor used a pocket knife, kept in his boot, to free himself and the teen. Neither was hurt.
Police said they are looking for three men and one woman in connection with the robbery.