Investigators release surveillance video of man wanted for murder

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OKLAHOMA CITY - Oklahoma City police said they are searching for a suspect after a man was gunned down in a metro parking lot.

Authorities said the crime happened outside a convenience store near N.E. 18th St. and Martin Luther King Blvd.

The busy convenience store was shut down Friday afternoon after a man was shot to death in the parking lot.

Shell casings were everywhere, but there was no sign of the killer.

“It's unclear what led up to the argument,  but we do know they did have words inside the store, stepped outside, had more words, and that's when the man with the gun shot the victim,” said MSgt. Gary Knight with the Oklahoma City Police Department.

Police said the victim, 26-year-old Keyatta Howell, was not armed.

Investigators spent hours interviewing witnesses and collecting evidence, and now they said the alleged shooter is 30-year-old Brandon Douglas Wilson.

Surveillance video shows Wilson inside the store at the counter wearing a white and black T-shirt.

However, what happened between Wilson checking out and allegedly pulling the trigger is still a mystery.

An arrest warrant has been issued for Wilson, who is now wanted for first-degree murder.

Records show he has a long list of previous convictions for drug and weapons charges.

Anyone who knows where Wilson is should call 911 immediately.

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