Tulsa, Okla. - Update 2: We now know the name of the suspect shot and killed Friday afternoon, by a security guard at Hillcrest Medical Center.
Tulsa police say Jorge Urbina was shot, after pointing a stolen gun at the unidentified security guard who was attempting to take him into custody.
The Dallas-Fort Worth native was found trying to steal a motorcycle from the medical center's parking lot.
Update 1: A man is dead after a shooting at Hillcrest Medical Center around 3:30 Friday afternoon.
Tulsa Police say a male suspect was caught by security trying to steal a motorcycle. He then took off off running, after pulling a gun.
The suspect eventually stopped and pulled his gun a second time. This is when a security officer fired once, killing the man.
After the incident ended, a woman approached officers claiming to be the suspect's girlfriend. Police say she was taken to the detective division and interviewed.
Investigators were able to track down the suspect's truck. They recovered stolen items from the vehicle.
Police say the suspect and his girlfriend are from the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
The name of the suspect hasn't been released.
Original: Tulsa Police tell KRMG a man was seen tampering with cars in the parking lot near 12th and St. Louis.
A Hillcrest security officer tried to approach the suspect, but he took off running. At that point, the security officer pursued the suspect on foot.
Investigators say it appears some pepper spray was used.
Witnesses say they could hear someone yelling “put the gun down.” The security officer then fired one shot at the suspect, killing him.
No details have been released about the suspect.