Tulsa police said the search continues for the person involved in the fatal shootings that happened in the parking lot of the Best Buy at 5250 E. Skelly Dr.
According to police, around 2:30 p.m. Saturday, a car pulled up to the Best Buy. Police said the driver got into an argument with 34-year-old Scott Norman. Police told FOX23, surveillance pictures show the driver pulling out a gun and shooting at least nine rounds.
Norman was hit, along with an innocent bystander, 58-year-old Graydon Brown. Brown was inside the store with his 10-year-old daughter.
Police said the shooting is gang related, and the department's Organized Gang Unit is assisting in the investigation. Homicide detectives say this shooting is related to at least two other gang-related murders over the years, including the July 2008 shooting deaths of Tajuan Davis and Teonte Ray in North Tulsa. No one was arrested for their murders, and police say although they had suspects' names, witnesses were reluctant to come forward to testify. In July 2011, Bryan Mitchell and Kanisha Jackson were shot to death at a North Tulsa home. Mitchell was believed to have been involved with the Ray and Davis murders, according to police. However, Jackson was killed only because she was with Mitchell at the time. No one has ever been arrested. Police say they believe these shootings are both tied to Saturday's ambush at Best Buy.
Investigators say the suspect in the Best Buy shooting is a Black man, between 25 and 35-year-old, 5'06", and weighing around 180 pounds, with a scraggly beard. He was driving a small black car.
Surveillance photos show a person of interest in a white jersey with the words "Let's eat" and number on the back. Police say Scott Norman and his brother were at Promenade Mall prior to the shooting, and police say the person in the jersey was in close proximity to the brothers. Police would like to interview that individual.
According to Police, Best Buy has counselors available for employees. A sign on the store says it will be open on Monday at 9:00am.
Anyone with information on these murders is asked to call Crime Stoppers at (918) 596- 2677, The Homicide Tip Line at 918 798 8477 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.