Authorities searching for man after deadly home invasion in Del City

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DEL CITY, Okla. - Authorities are searching for a man in connection to a deadly home invasion in Del City.

On January 12, officers were called to a home in the 3100 block of Neighbors Lane in Del City on reports of a shooting.

Investigators believe two black male suspects, brothers Darious and Sharonne Jackson, forced their way into the home.

"Met the female victim at the door, detained her and dragged her back to the back bedroom where another female was with her acquaintance in the bedroom," said Maj. Ted Kleber with Del City Police.

Officials say gunshots were then exchanged between the suspects and the acquaintance, Vincent Alexander.

The woman who originally answered the door was caught in the gunfire and shot multiple times. She was pronounced dead at the scene.

"She kept asking about her friend over and over again even after she was told she was deceased," said neighbor Lonnie White, who says some of the residents took cover in his home.

Both suspects were also shot but their wounds weren't life threatening.

Police are searching for Vincent Lamont Alexander, who reportedly left the home before officers arrived.

Vincent Lamont Alexander

Police would like to speak with him about the deadly home invasion.

If you have any information on his location, please call (405)677-2443.


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