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Suspects sought after stabbing, robbery reported by man walking his dog

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Police said a man was stabbed during a robbery in the parking lot of this QuikTrip near 51st Street and Yale Avenue early Monday, August 1, 2022, while he was walking his dog. 

Tulsa police are searching for two suspects after a man was stabbed and robbed while walking his dog Monday morning.

Around 3:50 a.m., officers responded to a call of a stabbing in a convenience store parking lot near 51st and Yale. The victim was walking his dog when a man and a woman reportedly approached him and robbed him, according to Tulsa Police Department.

Surveillance cameras at the QuikTrip caught everything on video, Officer Danny Bean said.

“The victim pulled out his wallet, attempting to show the two suspects that he did not have any money, and the suspects grabbed the wallet, stabbed the victim, then took off,” police wrote in a social media post later Monday morning.

The victim was taken to the hospital with two stab wounds and non-life-threatening injuries, Bean said.

“Right now we have strong leads on the identities of the two suspects, but the investigation is ongoing,” according to police. No suspect names have been released yet, Bean said.

The victim’s dog ran off during the robbery, police said.

Anyone with information is asked to call Tulsa Crime Stoppers at 918-596-COPS and reference case 2022-036780. Callers may remain anonymous.


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