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Police say the woman lives in a house a few blocks north near Blackwelder and Campbell. They say they believe the suspects followed the victim when she walked home. Police say the woman lives in a house a few blocks north near Blackwelder and Campbell. They say they believe the suspects followed the victim when she walked home.
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Edmond Police are looking for two men who police say raped a woman early Christmas morning.

Police say the victim had been shopping at stores near Bryant Avenue and 2nd Street late Christmas Eve.

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Police say the woman lives in a house a few blocks north near Blackwelder and Campbell. They say they believe the suspects followed the victim when she walked home.

"She's terrified and has been through a horrific experience," said Police Spokesperson, Jenny Monroe. "We're just trying to figure out who did this."

Police say surveillance video from several of the stores the victim visited Christmas Eve may yield clues.

Crime Stoppers is offering a reward for information leading to an arrest. That number is(405)-359-4478.

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