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OKLAHOMA CITY - An Oklahoma City taxi driver is murdered on the job over the weekend. Authorities say 50-year-old Ubaldo Udora was found shot to death, right next to an elementary school on the city's northeast side Sunday morning. One eyewitness says the victim got shot one time in the back of the neck. An eyewitness said, "I heard a pop and then a squeal." That sound was Udora apparently accelerating from reflex, which left tire tracks on the street. The shooter then climbed into the front seat and out of the cab. "I seen the guy coming out of the cab, over the driver and walked up the street." That witness, who asked not to be identified, says the shooter then walked back to the cab and began searching the victim's dead body. "I could see him throwing papers," said the witness. "He's throwing cards and papers and going through the guy's pockets. Then he walked up the street like he paid his cab fare and was leaving." Police say they don't have any suspects or a motive for the shooting. Employees at Yellow Cab, where the victim worked, wouldn't comment on the death. The witness, who once worked as a cab driver himself, says he's sorry the victim lost his life on the job. "I feel bad for the guy because somebody was expecting him to come home," said the witness. Anyone with information is asked to contact police.