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Reward Offered In Grant County Homicide

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On May 1, Paula George, 49, was shot in the back while inside her home located at 79051 Kiowa Road. She died a short time later. On May 1, Paula George, 49, was shot in the back while inside her home located at 79051 Kiowa Road. She died a short time later.
GRANT COUNTY, Oklahoma -

The Oklahoma Bureau of Investigations is offering up to a $5,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person(s) who killed a Manchester woman earlier this year.

On May 1, Paula George, 49, was shot in the back while inside her home located at 79051 Kiowa Road. She died a short time later.

The Grant County Sheriff's Department requested OSBI assistance in the case. It was determined the gun was fired from outside the house. Agents have interviewed numerous individuals and tested possible evidence, but investigators have run out of leads.

"It is highly likely someone has information about this shooting. We are hopeful a reward for information will encourage that person to come forward to help solve this case," Jessica Brown, OSBI PIO, says.

If anyone has information, contact the OSBI at 1-800-522-8017.

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