A drive-by shooting in Tulsa Wednesday leaves two teens wounded and a house riddled with bullets.
News on 6 reporter Heather Lewin says Tulsa Police have little to go on, just a vague description of the vehicle that carried the gunmen.
Two teenagers were hit in the shooting in the 100 block of East Newton around 7 PM Wednesday, a 14-year old girl and 17-year old boy. No one inside the home was injured.
The victims told police they were standing on the front porch when it all happened. Tulsa Police Cpl Quentin Houck: "They told us that a vehicle, possibly a dark colored jeep had slow rolled by, multiple shooters inside shot at the house."
Both victims' injuries were non-life threatening.
Tulsa Police say the two are cooperating. Officers are now on the lookout for a dark colored Jeep Cherokee.