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Wagoner County Investigators investigating unknown suspects shooting into a residence

11/13/2020

On 11/13/2020 at approximately 0730 hours to a report of a bullet hole found in a residence in the Turtle Creek edition that had happened sometime overnight. Upon arrival, Deputies located a crime scene of approximately 14 spent shell casings in the road near the area of 9200 S 256th E Ave. While no injuries of any local residents were discovered, multiple residences were found to have damaged cause by firearms projectiles in the area.

Upon reviewing neighborhood surveillance footage, it was discovered that a small 4-door white SUV was seen entering the area at approximately 0324 hours, two males in dark clothed were seen walking southbound on 256th E. Ave. toward the residence which received the most damage, fired multiple shots to the south, and retreated northbound back to the vehicle, which then left the scene to the west.

The only available suspect descriptions are two males wearing dark pants and dark long sleeve shirts. The vehicle is described as a newer model small white 4-door SUV with silver/gray wheels (pictured below).

The Wagoner County Sheriff's Office asks that anyone with any possible information please contact dispatch at 918-485-3124, Inv. Ben Noble at 918-614-0882, or email any information or surveillance footage to bnoble@wagonercounty.ok.gov.  Additionally, you may submit an online tip at the following link: https://www.wagonercountyso.org/crime-tip.  You may remain anonymous when reporting information. 

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