Transcript for Shocking Updates in the OKC Airport Shooting
In the meantime, next tonight, to new details in that deadly shooting that triggered a lockdown at an American airport. Tonight, the victim, the father of an NFL player. And now word on a possible moti motive. Here's ABC's Phillip Mena in Oklahoma City. Reporter: Tonight, chilling new details inside a deadly plot to kill. A gunman shutting down the Oklahoma City airport for five hours yesterday, as tactical teams searched for the man police say shot and killed 52-year-old Michael Winchester, a southwest airlines employee. It is believed the crime was premedicated. Reporter: 45-year-old Lloyd Buie suspected of setting up a sniper's nest. Police say armed with a rifle, he laid in wait, on the fourth floor of a garage, opening fire from 50 yards away. Later taking his own life. He worked for the airline as a ramp agent, but last year was suspected of working under the influence of alcohol, quitting after refusing to be tested. It is possible that the suspect acted in retaliation against the circumstances leading up to his resignation. Reporter: Winchester, whose son, James, plays for the Kansas City chiefs, today honored with this photo on Facebook. David, southwest safes that Winchester was a supervisor here, but wasn't Buie's boss. And they declined to say whether the two ever had any interaction at work. David? Thank you, Phillip.
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