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Tulsa Police Investigating Late Night Shooting

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Tulsa Police on the scene of a shooting lot in the parking lot of the Plaza Hills East Apartment Complex in East Tulsa. Tulsa Police on the scene of a shooting lot in the parking lot of the Plaza Hills East Apartment Complex in East Tulsa.

Tulsa Police are searching for suspects after a man was shot in a parking lot outside an East Tulsa Apartment Complex, Late Saturday Night.

Police were called to the Plaza Hills East Apartments around eleven o'clock on reports of "shots fired." When officers arrived, they found the victim who had suffered a gunshot wound to the left leg.

Tulsa Police Corporal Tami Manz tells KTUL.com, the victim and another man were trying to get into a vehicle when the shots rang out. Manz says the two "tried to duck" and was then shot in the leg.

Corporal Manz says police have no suspect description at this time. She told our crew at the scene that the victim was being "quite uncooperative in reference to any information that might lead to the suspect."

Police have recovered shell casings at the scene. Manz says it's "unclear" if those shell casings were related to this incident or not.

The victim, at last report, was listed in stable condition and en route to an area hospital.

Tulsa Police ask that if anyone has any information that could lead to an arrest in this case, please call Tulsa Police Crimestoppers at (918) 596-COPS (9677)

This is a developing story, look for more later on-air on Tulsa's Channel 8 and on-line at KTUL.com.

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