TULSA –Tulsa police are investigating for clues near a school and convenience store after a north Tulsa shooting left three injured; two were minors.
Tulsa police say that around 7 p.m. near Monroe School, a mother, her 15-year-old daughter and her son were in a car when shots were fired.
Sgt. Ken Simpson says the mother was reportedly injured in the lower back and the teen was shot in the leg and in the arm.
Simpson went on to say that the son suffered from a minor wound on one of his hands but it is not clear whether or not his injuries were gunshot related. His exact age was not given but it is known that he is under the age of 18 and possibly younger than the 15-year-old daughter.
The family drove to a QuikTrip located at 45 and N. Lewis looking for help.
Tulsa police say they are searching for two suspects believed to be driving in a blue mini-van.
The mother is said to be in stable condition at a nearby hospital. The two children are also recovering at nearby hospitals.
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