A White gunman is on the run after gunning down three Black people in what is being investigated as a hate crime, reports CNN.
Three people were killed and two were injured Friday in four separate shootings in north Tulsa, Oklahoma and police are still searching for the suspect. We're not absolutely certain, but a hate crime is a possibility, said Tulsa police spokesman Capt. Jonathan Brooks, "and we'll go with where the investigation leads us. All of the victims are Black. The suspected shooter is a White male and is believed to be traveling in a white truck."
The victims range in age from 31 to 54. According to Brooks, they were shot over a seven-hour period at four different street locations during the early morning hours.
According to CNN, Tulsa police has formed a joint task force with the FBI and U.S. Marshals Service to investigate the potential hate crime.
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