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Suspects On The Run After Home Invasion Shooting

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Tulsa Police continue their search for suspects after an apparent home-invasion shooting early Tuesday morning.

Someone inside a house near 400 south 39th W Ave. called police around 1:00am. Investigators said the witnesses told them two suspects barged into the home and shot two men who live there.

The suspects then ran away. Medics rushed the two victims to the hospital. Police said they were conscious and talking on their way into the ambulance. KTUL.com learned that the victims are recovering in a Tulsa hospital with non life threatening injuries.

Detectives are still trying to gather more details on the suspects. Their motives and descriptions are still unclear.

Call the Tulsa Crimestoppers line at 918-596-COPS if you have information.
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