Tulsa Police Looking For Suspects In Double Homicide
TULSA, Oklahoma - Two Muskogee brothers were shot to death in Tulsa late Wednesday night and officers say they do not have any suspects or persons of interest.
A woman named Bri who lives in Minnesota says her dad and uncle are the two victims.
Last night around 11pm My dad life was tooken away from him by a bullet at age 53 comin from work Not only that but my uncle was killed with him.I can’t even bare the pain & hurt I am goIng through. This is the most important man in my life & now he’s just gone i love you daddy?? pic.twitter.com/UmJ71puBLE— B.?? (@_Briismyname) September 6, 2018
Police say Bri’s father 53-year-old Glenn Williams and uncle 61-year-old Keith Williams both died at the Midtown Village shopping center near I-44 and Yale. The brothers supervised cleaning crews at different businesses around Tulsa. Police say the two were called by one of their employees about a suspicious vehicle.
"Felt a little weird to them, and so they called their boss and the Williams brothers came out to check it out," said TPD Sgt. Brandon Watkins.
Officers say both men were walking toward the car when someone inside shot the brothers then drove off. Police are trying to figure out if anyone else was inside the vehicle. Detectives also plan to do follow-up interviews with witnesses and the employee who called for help.
Surveillance video from the area could help police piece together what happened in Tulsa's 36th and 37th homicides of the year. Watkins says it's possible there are other witnesses to the shooting they just don't know about yet.
If you saw anything you are asked to call police right away.