SAPULPA, Okla. - Quick Facts:
- A customer at a Sapulpa gas station found two men dead.
- Police believe the men died during a robbery.
- A man is in police custody in connection to the deaths.
Police are investigating after someone found two bodies in a Sapulpa gas station.
Officials said a customer found a man and a store clerk dead in the gas station near Main Street and West Burnham Avenue Sunday night.
The customer reportedly called 911 after seeing one of the bodies.
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Police later identified the victims as Robert Fields, 40, and Mohid Khandker, 46.
Investigators believe they were both shot in the head during a robbery
Police released photos of a suspect and his vehicle.
Police said the suspect had dropped a glove during the incident, which will allow them to check for fingerprints.
A woman said she identified the suspect after seeing the surveillance images and contacted police to say her son, Heath Haney, was the man seen in the images.
Haney was arrested during an unrelated burglary incident in Delaware County, but investigators believe he is connected to the Sapulpa shooting.
WATCH: FOX23 got a look at surveillance footage involved in the investigation
Officials transferred Haney to Sapulpa for questioning.
Haney faces two counts of first degree murder and one count of first degree robbery.
Sapulpa police say it does not appear that Haney is connected to the laundromat shooting in Del City.
They said security camera video appears to show that the shooter knew what he was doing, instantly walking into the store and killing Khandker in the back of the head before raiding the cash register.
The video also reportedly shows fields entering the store before the suspect shot him in the face and stole cigarettes.
The small town typically sees a homicide every three years.
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