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Police ask for help finding man in connection to deadly convenience store shooting

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Posted at 12:56 PM, Jul 06, 2020
and last updated 2020-07-06 14:22:09-04

TULSA — Tulsa police ask for help in finding a man in connection to a deadly convenience store shooting.

On June 23, around 11 p.m., two employees, a man and a woman, were taking the trash out at the Zen-Zel Convenience Store, located near MLK Jr. Boulevard and East Pine Street, police said. A man, wearing a COVID-19 mask, approached the employees, telling them to get on the ground. The woman complied but the man, Muhammad Imran, continued to take the trash out.

READ MORE: TPD investigates after deadly convenience store shooting in Tulsa

The suspect told Imran to get on the ground again, but he didn't, and the suspect shot Imran in the chest, killing him, police said. The suspect then ran off. Police believe the motive was robbery.

Police said the suspect was wearing a black beanie, black t-shirt, gray sweat pants and a white surgical mask over his face.

Anyone with information on this incident is asked to call Tulsa Police Homicide or call 918-596-COPS.

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