H&H Shooting Sports confirms a man committed suicide in the H&H gun range late Monday afternoon.
Police got the initial 911 call at 5:30 p.m. Monday. Police say the man was found in a bay in the shooting range with a bullet wound to the head.
Police say they're interviewing witnesses. Monday night, H&H issued the following statement,
"We are incredibly heartbroken from the events earlier today. We can say this isolated incident appears to be a suicide. We are cooperating fully with OKCPD. We will make further statements as ore knowledge comes to light."
"The range is always very aware of safety issues. They typically have people patrol the range and you see people from time to time if they're acting out, they make you leave. And the ranges are typically unafraid to make those kinds of decisions," customer John Bobo said.
H & H Shooting Sports' owner, Miles Hall, was out of town traveling on Monday. But he told News 9 he is canceling his trip, and he's coming back.