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Police Search For Two People In Possible Connection To NW OKC Homicide

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Surveillance camera captured photos of the man and woman in question at two different businesses in Oklahoma City. Surveillance camera captured photos of the man and woman in question at two different businesses in Oklahoma City.
Police believe the two people may know something about the death of Lloyd Strain, 58. Police believe the two people may know something about the death of Lloyd Strain, 58.
Man wanted for questioning. Man wanted for questioning.
Police also believe a red SUV and a white 4-door passenger vehicle may also be related to this case. Police also believe a red SUV and a white 4-door passenger vehicle may also be related to this case.
OKLAHOMA CITY -

Oklahoma City Police are asking the public for help to identify two people in possible connection to a northwest Oklahoma City homicide.

Police believe the two people may know something about the death of Lloyd Strain, 58. His naked body was found in the alley behind Nic's Grill near N.W. 12th and Pennsylvania.

6/13/2014 Related Story: Police Release Identity Of Body Found In NW OKC

Surveillance camera captured photos of the man and woman in question at two different businesses in Oklahoma City. They were last seen at N.W. 10 and Meridian and S.W. 44th and Villa.

Both have distinctive tattoos. Police also believe a red SUV and a white 4-door passenger vehicle may also be related to this case.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Homicide Tip Line at (405) 297- 1200.

 

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