TULSA, Oklahoma -- Tulsa Police are looking for two vehicles in connection with a shooting scene near a convenience store at 4600 N. Cincinnati early Sunday morning.
Police are looking for a late model, white, quad-cab pickup. They are also looking for a 1999-2002, blue, Chevy Tahoe.
Tulsa Police responded to a shooting scene near the Super Stop convenience store early Sunday morning. An employee reported seeing people gathering at the corner of the lot just after midnight.
The worker locked up the store and called police just as the gunfire began.
When they arrived on scene, officers found over 30 bullet casings and a few unfired rounds. No injuries were reported, though one bullet hit the convenience store employee's car and several hit a dumpster.
The shooting may have played a role in a fatality wreck that took place shortly afterward at North 36th Street and North Cincinnati Avenue.
No arrests were made. The only descriptions immediately available are that the cars the shooters drove were a Ford Explorer and an older model, dark-colored luxury car – either a BMW or Mercedes.