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Police investigating shooting in S.E. Oklahoma City that left one person in critical condition

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OKLAHOMA CITY — Police are investigating a shooting on the city’s southeast side that left one person in critical condition.

Emergency crews were called to a mobile home park near S.E. 79th St. and Shields just before 3 a.m. on Friday.

"Police responded to a shooting call. This was in southeast Oklahoma City. When they arrived, they found one person who had been shot," MSgt. Gary Knight, with the Oklahoma City Police Department, said.

It all started with an argument between the victim, a woman he was with and the alleged suspect.

The woman rushed the victim from the mobile home park to a nearby gas station, near 27th and Shields, to call for help.

"Victim is very critically wounded. He was transported to an area hospital, was taken to surgery," Knight said.

Homicide investigators are already working the case due to the extent of the victim's injuries.

"Because the man is so critically injured, in cases like that, we do call our homicide unit out just in case," Knight said.

With little suspect information, investigators spent the morning talking with witnesses, trying to piece together what led to the altercation.

Now, they're hoping the public might be able to help.

"Anyone with information, we want to hear from them through the Homicide Tip Line, which is 297-1200," Knight said.

So far, no arrests have been made.

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