Five people were shot to death in four separate shootings in Oklahoma City over the weekend. Right now police are busy trying to track down the suspects.
This all happened within a 48-hour period. But police say none of the shootings are related.
It all started on Friday night where police responded to a shots fired call in the 1500 block of South Indiana, and found a man shot to death his car. He has been identified as 50-year-old Curtis Lee Nolan.
Then early Saturday morning, police got a call about an injury accident near S.W. 15th and Penn. When officers arrived, they found an SUV had struck a telephone pole, and the driver, 36-year-old Javier Collazo, had been shot.
Then early Sunday morning, police responded to a possible home invasion shooting near S.W. 32nd and Blackwelder. That's where they found 30-year-old Tiyrell Lomack who had been shot.
The family told News 9 there was a large fight at the home and someone pulled out a gun and started shooting.
Sunday night near N.E. 24th and Lottie, police responded to a shots fired call and said they found the bodies of two Hispanic males, bringing the total weekend death toll to 5.
Police are looking for multiple suspects at this time, but so far, no names have been released.
So far Oklahoma City has a total of 66 homicides for the year.
Police need your help solving these latest murders. If you have any information, call the homicide tip line at (405)-297-1200.