Oklahoma City police are looking for two men they say are responsible for a murder in November, and they need your help to identify them.
Homicide detectives are hoping someone will recognize the men captured in these surveillance photos and help police capture them for real.
Though the pictures are a little bit blurry, you can still make out their face and build. They are the men police believe are responsible for the November 9 shooting along N.W. 117th Street near Pennsylvania Avenue that left one man dead.
"We heard about six or seven shots being fired, and it sounded like someone was banging on our garage door," one neighbor said.
The neighbor and his mom live just down the street. They had just moved in the day it happened. We are protecting the neighbor's identity for his safety, but he says the shooting happened in the driveway of the duplex just down the street.
There are holes along the garage door, but we don't know if they are from bullets or something else. And it appears the surveillance cameras that used to be here have been taken down. But they did manage to capture some pictures.
The neighbor we talked to says his sister-in-law also noticed something suspicious moments before shots were fired.
"A car actually pulled up really slow and she was waving, saying ‘hi, how you doing?' And she didn't know what was going on," the neighbor said.
Everyone here just hopes police catch the people responsible.
Police say callers can remain anonymous and may be eligible for a cash reward. If you recognize the two men in those photos or know who they are, please call the homicide tipline at (405)-297-1200.