TULSA - Two weeks after a shooting left four women dead Tulsa police say they're at square one.
Police believe they have all of the pieces to solve the crime but they need to put the puzzle together.
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"There's still somebody out there that knows something. It's not 'if' there is, there is somebody out there that knows," said Charon Powell, mother of two of the deceased.
Powell says she used to start her day by checking her phone for missed calls from her daughters. Now she wakes up and remembers they're gone.
"There's this pain in my heart, that just never goes away. It's continuously there," she said.
Detectives are working around the clock to solve the crime.
"I think everybody wants that quick fix and in this case it's just not going to be it. It's going to be a lot of dogged investigation," said TPD Sgt. Dave Walker.
So far police have made several arrests connected to the homicide, naming witnesses and persons of interest, but two weeks later no one has been officially charged with murder and police still have no motive.
"There isn't any way that we can pinpoint and say 'this is the reason.' Because as soon as we do that, we're lopping something off that we shouldn't," said Walker.
Powell isn't giving up hope.
"They've got everyone working on the case and I believe that they're going to catch them," she said.
You can call 918-596-COPS to report anonymous tips on the crime.
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