DUNCAN, Okla. (AP) - Police are interviewing witnesses and collecting evidence outside an Oklahoma Walmart where two men and a woman were fatally shot.
Two bodies covered with sheets are visible Monday afternoon outside the store in Duncan, Oklahoma.
One body is in the driver's seat of a red, two-door car. The other body is lying on the ground next to the vehicle. Bullet holes are visible in the car's windshield.
A man says he was parking outside the Walmart when he heard about nine gunshots. Aaron Helton of Duncan says he then saw three bodies.
Police have said a handgun was found at the scene.
Walmart spokeswoman LeMia Jenkins says the shooting was "not an active shooter situation" and that the store was not evacuated.
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