OCPD Releases Surveillance Video Of Person Of Interest Following February Homicide

Saturday, June 26th 2021, 10:25 pm
By: Hunter McKee


Oklahoma City police released new surveillance video from an unsolved homicide. A 17-year-old teenager was shot and killed near Northwest 80th and Robinson back in February.

According to investigators, they're still looking for the person who shot and killed Prince Fuller.

Officers were called to the neighborhood Feb. 20 and found Fuller inside a home shot multiple times.  He was transported to OU Medical Center where he later died.

Initial reports said there were several people inside the home at the time of the shooting, but no arrests had been made. Detectives said Fuller hadn't been in any trouble with the law before.

"There's nothing to indicate he was involved in any type of drug activity, any gang activity," Oklahoma City Police Department detective Lance Bemo said. "He just met a girl from Oklahoma City, but we just don't know why he was killed."

Investigators are now asking the public to take a close look at this video of a person of interest.  It was captured from a home just down the street. It shows a man in a red hoodie running away from the scene just minutes after a 911 call was placed.

"We haven't had anybody calling us to let us know who this person is," Bemo said. "We really need the communities help on this case."

Some neighbors said they were home when the shooting occurred and said it's terrifying knowing the suspect is still on the run.  

Authorities are still unsure what exactly led up to the shooting.