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Police Searching for Suspect After QuikTrip Shooting

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Officers are continuing their investigation into a shooting over the weekend at a QuikTrip that left one man in serious condition. 

Tulsa Police stated that the shooting occurred around 2:20 a.m. at a QuikTrip near 51st and Yale.

Police found a black male in his 20s on the ground with at least two gunshot wounds to the chest. Anderson stated that a group of people were seen at one of the gas pumps where the victim and suspect were a part of.

Someone in the group fired at least two shots, hitting the victim. The victim had no identification and was unable to speak.

He was transported to St. Francis Hospital in serious condition.

Witnesses saw a dark blue Dodge Charger and a 1990s champagne colored Crown Victoria leaving the scene.

Both the suspect and the victim have not been identified at this time.

Anyone with information is urged to call Crime Stoppers at 918-596-COPS.

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