Police Find Suspects' Truck in OCU Student Murder
OKLAHOMA CITY -- Police confirmed Sunday afternoon that they have located an abandoned truck they believe was involved in the OCU student Bradley Wahnee's shooting. The truck was recovered at NW 5th and Virginia.
Two suspects are still at large in Wahnee's shooting death.
The body of a third suspect, 19-year-old Angel Hernandez, was found dead in the road in south Oklahoma City Friday morning.
Police Sgt. Gary Knight said a passerby called police Friday at about 6:45 a.m. after seeing the body near S.E. 11th and Irving streets.
Investigators have no suspects in Hernandez's murder.
Hernandez was wanted in connection with the September 22 shooting of Bradley Wahnee, a sophomore at OCU, and another man who was critically injured.
The truck police located Sunday is an orange, 1999 decommissioned OG&E utility Chevy pickup with plates 792-BXR. The vehicles was described as having a black front end, a black driver's front door and a black hood.
Anyone who knows anything about the whereabouts of the suspects is asked to call 911 immediately.