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Tulsa man wanted after allegedly killing his wife

TULSA, OK (KSWO)- Tulsa police are searching for a man who reportedly killed his wife outside of their home.

Police believe Jose Ramon Gomezbaca, 25, shot and killed his wife, 26-year-old Elizabeth Rodriguez. Rodriguez was found shot to death inside a car.The couple has two children together but Rodriguez was planning to leave Gomezbaca.

After the shooting, he reportedly drove away in a 2004 Gray Dodge Ram pickup truck. He is believed to be armed. He is 5-feet and 4-inches tall and weighs about 140 pounds.

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