TULSA COUNTY, Okla - Tulsa County Sheriff's deputies are investigating the deaths of two men at a house near Sperry.
Police said six people had been at the home in the 2900 block of E 106 Street N Saturday night. Police have spoken to three of them, while one person is missing.
The men's bodies were discovered by firefighters who responded to the home early Sunday morning.
Officials said that a passerby saw smoke coming from the home.
When firefighters arrived, they found a man's charred body in the bedroom. Police say he had been doused in gasoline and lit on fire. Investigators said it will take dental records to positively identify the victim.
Investigators said firefighters also found another deceased man inside the living room with a gunshot wound to the head. Police haven't released his identity, but friends and family of the victim say it was David Lujaun.
Police said Mike Reeder rented the home and his truck is missing. At this time, police are not sure if Reeder is the man who was burned or if he is missing.
Reeder's truck is described as a white, 2005 Chevy Silverado, extended cab with Oklahoma tags 650 ZXX.
Police have ruled out a murder suicide. They are treating the incident as a double homicide.
Lujaun's family said the six people were friends.