TULSA, Okla. - Tulsa Police are investigating the city's second drive-by shooting in two days.
Officers responded to a home near 46th Street North and Boulder Avenue just after 1am Wednesday.
When they arrived, they found a 36-year-old man had been shot. Officers said he has injuries to his lower body, but wouldn't elaborate.
Police say the victim was walking westbound on 46th Street North when he was shot by someone inside a passing car.
The vehicle was described as a white Kia with tinted windows.
The victim told officers he could not see the suspect inside the car.
Officers located multiple shell casings in the road just west of Main Street.
The victim has non-life threatening injuries. No suspect has been arrested.
The shooting came just hours after a man was shot my a passing SUV in the 3200 block of North Garrison on Tuesday.
Police have not yet released a suspect vehicle description from the first drive-by shooting.
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