TULSA - A man called for help overnight after being shot in midtown Tulsa.
Police told 2NEWS the victim, who is in his twenties, called his mother to say he had been shot near 41st & S. Harvard Ave., around 12:30 a.m. Thursday.
Officers finally located him farther east at the Whataburger near 41st St. and I-44.
They say he had been shot in the shoulder and was taken to the hospital.
Police told us he is not saying much and neither is a witness, so they don't have a lot of information about how or why it happened.
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