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Man Found Shot To Death In Choctaw Yard

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Investigators search for evidence after a man's body was found lying in a yard in Choctaw. He'd been shot multiple times. Investigators search for evidence after a man's body was found lying in a yard in Choctaw. He'd been shot multiple times.
Police released a picture of what the missing vehicle looks like. Police released a picture of what the missing vehicle looks like.
CHOCTAW, Oklahoma -

Police in Choctaw and Oklahoma County sheriff's deputies are searching for evidence and a suspect after a man was found lying dead in his yard Monday morning.

A witness found the body just after 8 a.m. near a trailer in the 15000 block of S.E. 29th Street. The victim had been shot multiple times.

Police say the man was in his mid-40s, but they won't release his name until they've notified his family. Police say they currently have no motive or suspects.

Police say they are also looking for a missing vehicle they believe was involved in the murder.

The vehicle is described as a 4-door, Champagne-colored,1994 Buick Bonneville with an Oklahoma license plate 735DZZ.

The car's passenger headlight was damaged, and it had red scrape on its passenger side quarter panel. 

If you have any information regarding the whereabouts of this vehicle, call 911 or the Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office at (405)-869-2501.

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