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Tulsa Homicide Victim's Father Talks

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Tulsa Police still have few leads in the city's 38th homicide of the year.

Detectives are trying to retrace the steps of the victim, 17-year old Lamont Toles. He was shot Monday afternoon on 46th Street North. Friends rushed Toles to the emergency room where he died.

Police say it was gang-related, but family members say Toles wasn't a gang member. Tulsa Police Sgt Mike Huff: "He definitely stands out as somebody we were very familiar with."

Lamont Toles’ father Larnell Toles: "There won't be no closure for me till I find out what really happened."

Larnell Toles says he doesn't want anyone to retaliate for his son's death. He says more violence won't bring Lamont back.

Tulsa Police are asking anyone with information to call Crimestoppers at 596-COPS. Remember you can remain anonymous.
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