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Reward Offered For Suspects Who Shot Wagoner Veteran

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Kenneth Payne is recovering from his wounds. Kenneth Payne is recovering from his wounds.
WAGONER COUNTY, Oklahoma -

A reward is now being offered for the arrest of the suspects who shot a 73-year-old veteran in the head and left him for dead in Wagoner County.

The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation is offering up to $5,000 for information leading to the suspects' arrest. Kenneth Payne was robbed and wounded as he left a gun range Thanksgiving day.

11/28/2011 Related Story: Wagoner Shooting Victim Recovers As Authorities Search For Suspect

Payne was shot several times and has undergone more than one surgery.

Payne told his family that two men shot him. They got away with a Cabela's gun caddy and four weapons – including a rare Mitchell Black Lightning .22 magnum rifle.

Agents are hopeful that someone will recognize the unusual gun.

Anyone with information in this case is asked to contact the OSBI at 1-800-522-8017.

11/28/2011 Related Story: Officials Release Photo Of Gun Stolen In Wagoner County Shooting

 

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