Police said officers got a search warrant for the home and special operations team members kicked the door, but didn't find the man.
”The biggest problem is, if he is outside moving around the perimeter and we don’t have a good idea who he is, he’s supposed to be armed, he could come up and ambush and as you all know, ambushes these past few years on law enforcement have increased,” said Sgt. Steve Stoltz, with the Tulsa Police Department.
Stoltz said officers spoke with the suspected shooter on the phone.
Police don't believe the suspect shooter is a threat to the community.
"The majority of his anger is focused on his family and probably to some extent law enforcement, so more than likely we’re, I’m assuming, I’m guessing where he’s at he’s not going to be a threat to anybody,” said Stoltz.