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Norman Police Release Photos Of Persons Of Interest In Homicide

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Norman Police want to question four people who attempted to use the credit cards of a man found shot to death in his burning home.

Patrick Burton, 51, died from a single gunshot wound to the shoulder. Firefighters found his body Wednesday after putting out a fire at 619 Villa Drive. Police say three men and a woman attempted to use Burton's credit cards around 6 a.m. that same day at a business in the Norman area.

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Investigators have released surveillance images of the persons of interest. They ask anyone who recognizes the individuals to call the Norman Police Department at (405) 321-1600, or (405) 321-1444.

Police are also still searching for Burton's Chevrolet pickup. They say someone drove it away from his burning home. The vehicle is white and has Oklahoma license tag 088AXI. The truck has white, louvered taillight covers, and white, louvered covers over the rear windows. There is also a NASCAR license plate on the front bumper, a cow bell hanging from the rear bumper, and a hard white bed cover.

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