TULSA - Several suspects are on the loose after shots rang out overnight at a busy store in east Tulsa.
It happened around midnight in the parking lot of the Walmart Supercenter at Admiral and Memorial Drive.
Nobody was injured but several shots were fired and the store was quickly evacuated by police.
Investigators say two groups of arguing people inside two separate vehicles left the Vegas Club bar about a mile east of the store.
Their rolling argument led to the Walmart parking lot where the shots were fired.
The store was evacuated so police could search for suspects and weapons. One person inside the store was arrested.
Officers say they are searching for at least four more suspects.
2NEWS talked to a witness who said one of the bullets bounced off the ground next to him.
"I actually got scared and turned around to run away and I come to find out there's actually a female inside the building that was involved in the shooting. So, that's pretty scary," said Matt Salisbury.
If you have any information, call Crime Stoppers at 918-596-COPS.
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