UPDATE: Four suspects arrested for breaking in Norman home, killing man

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UPDATE: Police have arrested four suspects after the violent home invasion that occurred Thursday night.

Isaiah Walker, Rusty Wooten, Jason Harris, and Michael Tubby allegedly went to a Norman man's home and shot him in the back Thursday night.

Officials said three cars showed up at Justin Barnard's home, suspects kicked in the door and shot him.

He died hours later at the hospital.

Police said the shooting may have spawned from an alleged fight between Barnard and his girlfriend.

Officers said the girlfriend's family members may be the suspects who shot Barnard because he allegedly beat the woman.

NORMAN, Okla. - One man is in critical condition after a violent home invasion suspect shot him in the back.

Police said they are searching for suspects after the attack just before 9 p.m. Thursday night.

Officials said three cars pulled up next to the man's home near N. Stewart St. and Primrose Dr.

Authorities said people wearing masks got out of the cars and kicked in the front door.

Police said a suspect shot the homeowner in the back and then left after taking a wallet from a woman in the house.

Officers said the woman wasn't injured.

Authorities described the suspects as white males driving a white four-door car, a minivan and a tan SUV.

Norman police would like to speak with you if you have any information on this case.

You can remain anonymous by calling CrimeStoppers at (405) 366-7867.

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