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OKC Police Seek 3 Men In Connection With Pregnant Woman's Death

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Investigators released surveillance pictures of three men in connection with the homicides. Investigators released surveillance pictures of three men in connection with the homicides.
Latisha Michelle Shaw, 18, died after being shot near N.E. 25th and Martin Luther King Avenue on Sunday, March 30. Latisha Michelle Shaw, 18, died after being shot near N.E. 25th and Martin Luther King Avenue on Sunday, March 30.
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Oklahoma City police seek the public's help in identifying and locating three men in connection with the shooting death of a pregnant woman.

According to police, officers found the victim, 18-year-old Latisha Michelle Shaw, suffering from a gunshot wound near N.E. 25th and Martin Luther King Avenue on Sunday, March 30, around 9 p.m. Shaw, who was approximately four months pregnant, was transported to the OU Medical Center where she died.

3/31/2014 Related Story: Police: Woman Killed In OKC Shooting Was Pregnant

Police say Shaw and her friends were involved in a fight in the 2000 block of N.E. 28th Street. After the altercation, Shaw was walking south on Martin Luther King when she was shot.

Police are investigating the deaths of Shaw and her unborn baby as Oklahoma City's eighth and ninth homicides of the year.

3/31/2014 Related Story: Family Of Slain OKC Woman Asks Witnesses To Come Forward

On Tuesday, investigators released surveillance pictures of three men in connection with the homicides. Anyone with information should contact the Homicide Tip Line at 405-297-1200.

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