Tulsa police looking for public help in solving convenience store clerk’s murder

VIDEO: Tulsa police asking public to help identify suspect in store clerk's death

TULSA, Okla. — Tulsa police say they need the public’s help in solving a June murder case to get a dangerous killer off the streets.

Police say they have exhausted all of their leads in the death of Muhammad Imran.

Imran, a newlywed, worked at the Zen Zel Plaza convenience store and was shot and killed during a robbery on June 23.

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Police have surveillance video of the man suspected in the killing. He can be seen in a mask, and they say so far no one has come forward to help them identify him.

July 6, 2020: Tulsa police released photos of a man suspected in the shooting that killed convenience store employee Muhammad Imran on June 23.
July 6, 2020: Tulsa police released photos of a man suspected in the shooting that killed convenience store employee Muhammad Imran on June 23. (Tulsa Police Department)

Imran’s murder is one of five cases, out of 76 homicides this year, the Tulsa Police Department’s homicide unit is still trying to solve.

Police say they hope putting the story back out will garner some new tips. They are asking anyone with information to do “the right thing” and come forward.

Police are asking anyone, even if they are unsure if their information is correct, to call so they can check it out themselves.

Police are driving home the fact that tipsters can remain anonymous. Call Crimestoppers at 918-596-COPS.