Six Walmart Trucks Hit By Gunfire In Tulsa

Oklahoma police are searching for a suspect who shot at six Walmart trucks, a Swift truck, and a passenger vehicle on Sunday and Monday nights.

Seven Trucks, Passenger Vehicle, Hit By Bullets

Police say that the shootings happened between 8:30 and 11:30 p.m on Sunday and Monday nights just east of Skiatook along Highway 75. Police believe that the shooter was firing from the west side of the highway.

Six Walmart Trucks Arrive At Distribution Center With Bullet Holes

Three truck drivers arrived at the Walmart distribution center near Ochelata on Sunday night with bullet holes in their trucks. The truck drivers reported that they heard noises but they were not sure that they had been shot until they saw evidence of gunfire. A passenger vehicle and a Swift truck were also hit by gunfire. In all, 13 bullets hit five vehicles on Sunday night.

Three more trucks arrived at the distribution center on Monday night with bullet holes.

There are have been various reports of more shootings in the area, but these have not been confirmed.

Many of the bullet holes were in the driver’s side doors and windows. One driver found four bullet holes in his truck.

No Injuries Reported

A spokesman for Walmart said that he does not believe that the company’s trucks are being specifically targeted since the passenger vehicle and Swift truck were also shot.

No injuries have been reported.

Police currently have no suspects and are asking for help from the public. If you have any information on the shootings, please call the Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigations Unit at 918-596-8661

Sources:
News On 6
Ozarks First
KJRH
News OK
Tulsa World
Fox 23