Tulsa Police responded to a shooting at a QuikTrip in east Tulsa Monday afternoon.
Dispatch said it happened at the QuikTrip located at 129th East Avenue and 31st Street around 3:45 p.m.
Police said, a small four-door drove through the lot and fired at least seven shots at two people standing in front of the building; police said those two left the scene before officers arrived and it's unsure if they were struck.
According to police, a QuikTrip attendant was taking out trash when the shots were fired. They said he was struck in the leg and taken to the hospital. His injures are non-life threatening.
Police have not released the employee's identity.
Officers are continuing to investigate and will release more information as it becomes available.