by Jessica Remer
TULSA, Okla. (KTUL) -- Police say an apartment full of young adults was targeted in a home invasion early Friday morning and one of the victims was pistol whipped.
Officers responded to Creekwood Apartments near 81st and Memorial just before 6 a.m.
Police say a group of 10 or so college-age adults were having a party when two people armed with an AR-15 and a pistol came in, held everyone at gunpoint and demanded their cash, phones and car keys.
Police say the group regularly holds parties and posts about them in advance on Snapchat.
“I was going to the bathroom. Two dudes came in - one with a machine gun, one with a pistol and told everyone to get down," said victim Javohn Baker.
An overnight party quickly turned into a nightmare.
”Everybody had to give up car keys, money whatever you had period, or they said they would shoot," said Baker. “I feel like someone was watching us the whole time, because it was so smooth, they had gloves on, they had masks up they did it professional, they did it quick and was out and nobody knew where they went.”
Kleigh Tyler thinks it was an inside job.
“The guy with an AR made us strip down to show that we didn’t have anything on us or beneath our clothes," said victim Kleigh Tyler. “It honestly makes me not want to party anymore and be a reckless young adult."
Tulsa Police say the robbers wore masks and stole cell phones, cash and car keys.
So far no one has been arrested.