Tulsa police release 911 calls from Best Buy double homicide

TULSA - Tulsa police have released three 911 calls from Saturday's shooting at Best Buy that left two men dead.

Authorities say 34-year-old Scott Norman, a known gang member, was the target of Saturday's shooting.

Surveillance video shows the suspect approaching Norman outside the store.  The suspect fired a number of shots, which several callers estimated to be around seven or eight.

Police say 58-year-old Graydon Brown was an innocent bystander, hit by a stray bullet while shopping with his daughter.

Both men were transported to a local hospital but they succumbed to their injuries.

One of the callers heard on the 911 recordings gave police a detailed description of the suspect -- a black man with an unkempt beard, between 25 and 35 years old, about 5 feet 6 inches tall and weighing between 170 and 180 pounds. He was wearing a white jersey with "Let's Eat 4" written on the back.

Police have determined the jersey may have been worn by a flag football team that played at Haikey Creek several years ago.

The 911 calls can be heard by pressing play on the video player above. ( On mobile? Copy and paste http://bit.ly/BestBuy911 into your mobile browser.)

Not long after the shooting, police said it may be related to a number of other gang-related incidents that left four people dead.

TPD Sgt. Dave Walker said Norman was a suspect in the 2011 double-murder of Bryan Mitchell and Kanisha Jackson. Mitchell, also a known gang member, was suspected of killing Tajuan Davis and Teonte Ray in 2008. Police believe Jackson, who lived with Mitchell, was murdered for her connection with Mitchell.

Tips have been limited as the investigation continues, and investigators believe it could be a result of intimidation because of the gang implications.

Anyone with information on the homicides is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 918-596-COPS, the Homicide Tip Line at 918-798-8477 or email homicide@cityoftulsa.org .

Crime Stoppers callers do not have to give their name in order to be eligible for a cash reward if their tip leads to an arrest.

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