— In an ongoing police investigation, Tulsa police have reportedly been investigating surveillance systems used by security guards at an apartment complex, according to a local news outlet.
“This is something we’re looking into,” said Sgt. Jason Anderson, a Tulsa police spokesman.
“We don’t know if this is the first time we’ve had this situation.”
Tulsa police said they have been notified of a “threat to public safety,” but declined to provide further details.
The Tulsa American-Statesman reported Tuesday that Tulsa Police Department officers have been conducting surveillance on the complex and have “been observing the surveillance camera systems at the residence of a security guard.”
The American-Stateman, which is based in Tulsa, said the cameras were used to monitor the residence during a burglary investigation in which the homeowner was able to escape.
The American Statesman reported that Tulsa police and the Tulsa County District Attorney’s Office are working together to determine what, if any, crime the security guard may have committed.
Tulane is located about 120 miles (200 kilometers) east of Oklahoma City.