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OKLAHOMA CITY -- A Southwest Airlines employee was shot and killed Tuesday at Will Rogers World Airport in Oklahoma City.

Police there identified the victim as Michael Winchester. He is the father of Kansas City Chiefs long snapper James Winchester, according to the player's agent.

Police said he  was shot in the parking lot at the airport around 12:50 p.m. Tuesday.

Investigators said the suspect was found dead in a vehicle later Tuesday.

The airport was being reopened Tuesday evening.

Airport officials said all arrivals and departures were suspended during the investigation.

Multiple law enforcement agencies are on scene, including the Oklahoma City Police Department and the FBI SWAT team.

Five airlines fly out of Will Rogers to 21 destinations. The airport sees 150 commercial flights a day and more than 3.6 million passengers each year, the city's website says.

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