|Updated: 7/11/2011 8:14 pm
||Published: 7/11/2011 7:01 pm
No obvious motive... No clear suspect...
The only thing Tulsa police know for sure is a young couple was gunned down in their home.
Fox23's Jamie Oberg followed up near 53rd St. N. and Peoria, in the neighborhood where the couple was attacked.
Police say they're not sure why someone shot and killed 27-year-old Kanisha Jackson and her boyfriend 28-year-old Bryan Mitchell inside a north Tulsa home.
They had their whole lives ahead of them; family friends say it's time for people to come forward.
"I thank God I wasn't so busy that I couldn't take time to come and talk to her," family friend Wanda J. Armstrong said.
Wanda J. Just saw Kanisha Jackson Friday, eating and chatting at one of her tables Evelyn’s, a restaurant she has owned for seven years. She knows the whole family and watched Kanisha grow up.
"I just saw you and two days later this happens to you," Wanda J. Armstrong said remembering Kanisha.
Neighbors came together, to grieve; they're shocked after police say Kanisha and her boyfriend Bryan Mitchell were killed...
"The violence is everywhere," Wanda J. said. "It's hard not really knowing the answer."
It's hard...when even police don't know why this happened.
"Right now, we don't have a motive," TPD Officer Leland Ashley said Monday. "We know there are individuals out there who know what happened."
"You can't just turn your head and say that's them...because you never know when it's going to hit you, you never know,” Wanda J. said. “In the community people are probably afraid to talk,"
Knowing the family and the 5-year-old daughter Kanisha leaves behind, Wanda J. hopes someone will be brave enough to speak up.
"Hey we gotta break this cycle," she said. "Everybody gonna have to reach out and help with everybody's kids."
Officers tell us, Kanisha's 5-year-old daughter was not inside when the shootings took place.
She is now with family members.
If you have any information please call Crimestoppers, you can remain anonymous.
The number is 918-596-cops.
Tulsa police initially reported drugs were found inside the home.
But Monday, investigators tell FOX23 news, at this time, they do not believe drugs played a part in these murders.