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2 Oklahomans Found in Burned Camper in New Mexico

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Authorities said two people were found dead in a burned camper in New Mexico, and their vehicle was found abandoned in a parking lot more than 100 miles away. Authorities said two people were found dead in a burned camper in New Mexico, and their vehicle was found abandoned in a parking lot more than 100 miles away.
Authorities said anyone who saw this truck traveling along I-40 should call the New Mexico State Bureau of Investigation. Authorities said anyone who saw this truck traveling along I-40 should call the New Mexico State Bureau of Investigation.

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ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico -- Police are investigating the discovery of two people from Oklahoma City found in a burned camper in New Mexico as a double homicide.

The pair's truck was found abandoned in an Albuquerque parking lot Wednesday afternoon. The burned camper was found in Santa Rosa, more than 100 miles away.

Police said they believe the victims left Oklahoma City early Monday morning.

The two people have not yet been identified.

Authorities are asking anyone who may have seen the truck traveling along I-40 to call New Mexico State Police at 575-461-3300 or 575-472-5211

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