Police investigate shooting in southwest Oklahoma City

Oklahoma City - A metro man was caught in the crossfire when a bullet hit his neck. The shooting happened Sunday evening on the city's south side.

"We were wielding and out of nowhere we heard gunshots," said Eishmael Zapata.

Zapata and other employees at Teto's Muffler Shop raced outside to find the gunshot victim covered in blood.

"We ran out and we seen a guy on the floor, he went to help him put a rag and after that we seen the guy run to the car and they took off," said Zapata.

The shooting happened cata- corner from their shop on SW 29th and Kentucky.

"About 4 o'clock this afternoon we got a call in to 911 that there were some shots being fired in the parking lot of d and g groceries," said lt. David Garey with the Oklahoma City police.

The victim's family telling us off camera he wasn't the intended target. They said he was sitting in his van waiting on his girlfriend to come out of the store; when two separate cars pulled up and started shooting at each other before driving off.

Now police cars, yellow tape, bullet casings and even a bag of drugs are left sitting in the parking lot.

We talked to a couple of eye witnesses that we talk with and right now we're trying to piece all that together to see where that leads us next," said Lt. Garey.

Folks say they're surprised any dispute would result in this kind of violence in their neighborhood.

"I never seen something like this," said Nestor Dalvan.

So far, police said they don't have any suspects or any descriptions at this time besides the shooter got away in a silver Hyundai.

However, the family of the victim said he should make a full recovery.