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Police Investigate North Tulsa Homicide

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Tulsa Police on scene near Admiral and Wheeling following a homicide, Saturday Night Tulsa Police on scene near Admiral and Wheeling following a homicide, Saturday Night
Tulsa Police Homicide Detectives search nearby lawns for evidence. Tulsa Police Homicide Detectives search nearby lawns for evidence.

Tulsa Police are investigating what led to the city's latest homicide, Saturday night.

It happened near the intersection of Wheeling and Admiral on the city's North Side just before 9:30 p.m.

Tulsa Police have identified the victim as 20-year-old Vincent Ajeh.

Corporal Ross Williams tells KTUL.com, the motive for the shooting is unclear and that officers are still investigating.

Officers on scene said it appeared Ajeh was suffering from multiple gunshot wounds.

At this point, police have no suspects. Witnesses reportedly told them they saw a dark colored van driving away from the scene.

Tulsa Police urge anyone with information on this case to please either call Crimestoppers at (918) 596-COPS (9677) or call the Tulsa Police Department's Homicide Tip-Line at (918) 798-8477. You can also e-mail your tips to homicide@cityoftulsa.org

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

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