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Moore Widow Still Looking For Answers In Husband's Murder

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On Nov. 9, 2007, Oklahoma City police found Roger Crisp's body, stabbed multiple times, on the floor of his mini-van near Mustang Rd. and SW 44th St. On Nov. 9, 2007, Oklahoma City police found Roger Crisp's body, stabbed multiple times, on the floor of his mini-van near Mustang Rd. and SW 44th St.
MOORE, Oklahoma -

A missing man was found stabbed to death then set on fire. Now, five years after the discovery of her murdered husband, a wife makes another cry for help in solving the case.

For five years now the widow says she's played out every possible scenario of what happened the day her husband was murdered. She wants to know why. And with a $20,000 reward still on the table, she hopes someone can give her the answer.

Roger Crisp left his home in Moore never to be seen again. A few days later, on Nov. 9, 2007, Oklahoma City police found his body, stabbed multiple times, on the floor of his mini-van near Mustang Rd. and SW 44th St. Both Crisp and his van were severely burned.

In the months to follow, investigators followed leads to SE 66th and Shields, near I- 240 and Eastern, where they believe Crisp went the night he was killed. The widow hopes another cry for help will have someone come forward.

Police say no new leads have come in in a long time. Still, investigators are working the case.

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