Multiple fatalities have been confirmed at a shooting at the Walmart in Duncan, according to police at the scene.
Three people have died, two males and one female, Duncan police Chief Danny Ford said.
Police were called shortly before 10 a.m. Monday and officers found three bodies. One of the three died from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound, Ford said.
Two were shot inside a vehicle and one was shot outside of a vehicle, Ford said.
A handgun was used in the shooting. Ford said police are looking for witnesses that saw what led up to the shooting at Walmart, 3393 N 81 Hwy.
Ford said the store is still open, and the north entrance is open but the south entrance has been roped off while officers investigate.
Duncan Public Schools were briefly placed under lockdown after they were notified of the shooting reports.
The school district said they were given the all-clear by the Duncan Police Department.
Red River Tech has been placed under lockdown since the reports of the shooting.
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