Tulsa, Okla. - Update: Two people are behind bars in connection with a late night home invasion and shooting.
Tulsa police say a witness was able to give officers a description of a vehicle containing Michael Sheppard and Tylyshia Mason.
Both suspects are currently in the Tulsa County Jail.
The unnamed shooter is still outstanding. He's decribed as a black male, 30-35, 6 ft and 180 lbs.
Anybody with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 918-596-COPS.
Original: While you were sleeping, a man was shot during a home invasion in Tulsa.
We're told that the shooting happened about 11 p.m. Thursday at a house located near 1600 North Boston Avenue.
Tulsa Police Corporal Dan Miller tells us, "Some unknown people, a male and a female, came into his house, demanded money. He refused and they shot him."
The victim was taken to the hospital for treatment to a gunshot wound to the groin.
We're told that the suspects are a black male who has a goatee and a black female.
They left the scene in a white Nissan.
Miller says that neighbors told police that the car "had been over there several times during the day."
We're told that police were getting conflicting stories of who exactly was involved in the shooting.
Miller says that there is the possibility that the victim knows the suspects, but that he just did not want to tell police.