TULSA, Okla. - Quick Facts:
- Tulsa police are looking for a shooter after a teenage boy was shot in the hand and buttocks on Thursday.
- Tulsa police responded to a shooting call before noon on Thursday at the 4600 block of North Main Street.
- Police say someone shot the teen at least twice and the injuries are non-life-threatening.
- TPD told FOX23 on scene that there was an altercation at a nearby store before the shooting happened.
- Police are on the look out for a a blue or silver Chevy Impala with one or two people inside.
- Police found at least 10 rounds of casings in the street.
- Neighbors say they heard gunshots.
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