|Updated: 1/08 8:27 pm
||Published: 1/08 6:09 pm
The Tulsa Police homicide unit would like to find and question Joseph L. Tillman, 33, about Monday's quadruple murder at Fairmont Terrace. Four women were found shot to death in an apartment.
Tillman, who is wanted on a domestic assault and battery warrant, may have some information regarding the case.
Call 911 or Crime Stoppers at (918) 596-COPS if you've seen Tillman or know his whereabouts.
Tulsa police say the killer or killers had a connection to one of the victims in Monday's quadruple homicide.
23-year old Rebeika Powell, 23-year old Kayetie Melchor, 33-year old Misty Nunley and 55-year old Julie Jackson were shot and killed at the Fairmont Terrace Apartments on Monday.
Police say this was not a random shooting and the public should not be concerned for their safety. Police are not releasing any further details at this time.
Police tell FOX23 they have interviewed more than 20 people, including another resident at the complex, they say he is not a suspect and no search warrants have been issued for this investigation.
Mayor Dewey Bartlett also commented on the investigation on Tuesday, saying: "We are within 24-hours of this terrible tragedy. We are looking down every possible avenue for answers to how this situation can be improved in this area of the city. From abatement issues to out of state ownership and management, this issue will remain on the top of my list moving forward.
Although, there have been seven homicides this year, the homicide rate for Tulsa is the lowest it has been in ten years and the Tulsa Police Department is at full strength for the first time in three years.
The Tulsa Police Department is known for their quick efforts of finding perpetrators and I have no doubt that they will live up to their stellar reputation for these cases."
Memorial funds have been set up at for the Powell family at RCB Bank and Arvest Bank. To make a donation go to any RCB or Arvest location and tell them you'd like to donate to the Powell Sisters Memorial.