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Update @ 9:24 pm: OKCPD PIO Robertson has confirmed the suspect is now deceased. No word on the cause. KFOR will have a live update with Ashley Moss at 10:00 pm.

Update @ 8:06 pm: Oklahoma City Police PIO confirm they believe that the suspect has crashed a red Dodge Challenger and is now barricaded inside the vehicle westbound Highway 33 in between Guthrie and Kingfisher just west of Highway 74F. Oklahoma Highway Patrol says the pursuit started around 7:15 pm in Payne County north of Stillwater. The Kingfisher County Sheriff’s Office is requesting that the public refrain from using 2960 and Highway 33 for travel until further notice. Agencies confirmed by OHP PIO Foster assisting at this time are the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, Oklahoma City Police Department, Logan County, Kingfisher County and Cashion Fire Department. No further information has been released at this time.

KFOR has a crew on the scene and will provide the latest developments as they occur.

Photo courtesy KFOR, Hobby Lobby suspect vehicle crashed out
Photo courtesy Logan County Sheriff Office, Hobby Lobby suspect vehicle

Original Story

OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – The Oklahoma City Police Department is investigating a deadly shooting at a Hobby Lobby distribution center on the city’s southwest side Wednesday afternoon.

Officers were called to the scene near SW 44th and Council Rd. just before 5 p.m., where they found one person dead.

According to the Oklahoma City Police Department, police received the initial call around 4:45 p.m.

Police say an employee of the distribution center went in to speak with a manager when an altercation began. The employee then took out a weapon and shot the manager who is now deceased.

Authorities say a red Dodge Charger was seen leaving the scene.

No other information is available at this time.