TULSA, Okla. — Quick Facts:
- Police responded to a home near Admiral and Lewis
- A family reported a group of men were outside
- The group was talking and knocking before they allegedly opened fire on the home
- No injuries were reported
Tulsa Police responded to reports of shots fired in midtown early Tuesday morning.
Just before 4 a.m., police responded to a shots fired call near Admiral and Lewis
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A man there told officers that three people knocked on his door, asking for help with a flat tire.
The male resident said he could not help and asked them to leave.
He then heard his dogs barking in the back yard; officers say as he checked on his dogs, someone fired two rounds from the alleyway behind his house. One round hit the back door, barely missing the man.
A woman and two children were also in the house.
Nobody was hurt by the gunfire.
Police have not released details on any suspected shooters.
They say the investigation is ongoing.
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