OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma City Police Department is expected to release video of a deadly shooting at Will Rogers World Airport Wednesday after wrapping up its investigation.
On Nov. 15, emergency crews were called to the airport after witnesses reported hearing gunshots.
Officials found 52-year-old Michael Winchester, a Southwest Airlines employee, had been shot in the chest.
He was rushed to a nearby hospital, but succumbed to his injuries.
Immediately, the airport was put on lock down as officers, deputies and SWAT team members began searching for the alleged shooter.
Several hours later, Oklahoma City police confirmed that the suspected shooter was found dead inside a pickup truck on the second floor of the airport’s parking garage.
Officials say it appeared that he died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head.
At the time, investigators said they believed the shooting was premeditated but did not release a motive.
Authorities later identified the shooter as former Southwest Airlines employee, Lloyd Buie.
Officials believe that Winchester was shot as he was leaving work and walking to his car.
Investigators believe that Buie shot Winchester with a rifle from the second floor of the parking garage, which was about 50 yards away from where the victim was found.
Sources close to the investigation tell NewsChannel 4, based on airport parking records, Buie could have been camped out there for days.
Court records show Buie filed for bankruptcy in September and multiples sources tell us he was having serious health issues.
We’re told Buie was angry with a number of supervisors at Southwest because of circumstances leading up to his resignation.
Today, the Oklahoma City Police Department will release video of the deadly shooting.
They are expected to release it at a news conference at 2 p.m.
This is a developing story. Check back for updates.