TULSA, Okla. - Tulsa police said they are investigating an alleged "gun battle" between at least three people in a local neighborhood.
Officers said the battle reportedly took place near 21st Street and 101st East Avenue around 2 p.m. Monday.
They reportedly recovered shells from .45, .40 and 9mm handguns at the scene and said three residences, a vehicle, a fence and an apartment building were hit during the gunfire.
Investigators said evidence, such as auto glass and tint in the roadway, suggested that a vehicle was shot on 21st Place, but officers said the vehicle fled and witnesses were not able to give them a description of it.
They said a small, four-door, gold-colored vehicle occupied by at least four people was seen with all the occupants pointing guns at the window. A man was reportedly running alongside the vehicle when the incident occurred.
Officers said no one has turned up any local hospitals with gunshot wounds that appear to be related to the incident.
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