Authorities are looking for two men who robbed a bank at gunpoint Friday in southeast Oklahoma City. The men entered the Bank of Oklahoma at 4324 SE 44 about 9:30 a.m. with guns drawn and fled on foot with cash in a black backpack, the FBI reported. Nobody was injured. The robbers were black males. One was described as in his early 20s, about 6-foot-3 with a thin build. He was wearing a black hooded jacket and white sweatpants and was carrying a dark-color revolver. The other man was about 5-foot-10 with a stocky build, and wearing a black hooded jacket and dark jeans. He was carrying a dark-colored handgun. Anyone with information can contact the FBI at 290-7770.
Authorities say remains found three weeks ago in Osage County belong to a man who disappeared in August. Chief Deputy Charlie Cartwright says the state medical examiner confirmed the remains belong to Timothy Allen Hauser, 62, of Bartlesville. A deer hunter discovered the remains Dec. 29 in a pasture about four miles west of Bartlesville. Hauser disappeared Aug. 9, and authorities believe he was beaten and robbed. Two people have been charged with robbing Hauser. Cartwright said he anticipates prosecutors now will file murder charges against the two.