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Police Seek New Leads In Midwest City Murder Case

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Police believe the people in these surveillance photos have information that will help them solve the murder. Police believe the people in these surveillance photos have information that will help them solve the murder.
MIDWEST CITY, Oklahoma -

Police say they have new leads in the murder of a pregnant mother last month in Midwest City.

Investigators say they want to talk to three people who may have vital information.

"We're progressing very rapidly with this case," Midwest City Police Chief Brandon Clabes said Saturday. "We would like to have had somebody in custody immediately after we found her body. Unfortunately, that's not the case in this particular homicide."

Clabes said investigators want to speak with three people about Jessica Brown's murder. His department released surveillance photos of two men and one woman who may have information about Brown's murder.

Clabes said several investigators spent a lot of time trying to piece together this strange case.

"We have spoken to her estranged husband. He has not been eliminated in this case and, of course, there are other people we want to speak with, including the ones that are in these photographs," Clabes said.

He admits it's frustrating that they haven't made an arrest yet in the killing, but they are looking into every possibility, sifting through Facebook, phone records and the people Jessica Brown knew.

"It takes a lot of twists and turns in this particular homicide and we're very hopeful that we're going to be able to solve this case," Clabes said.

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