OKLAHOMA CITY -- The Oklahoma City Police Department is seeking four suspects in a recent rape case and released composite sketches Friday.
The initial assault occurred about 2 p.m. April 6 when the victim reported she was driving on South Meridian when a man got into her vehicle while she was stopped at a traffic light. The man forced her at gunpoint to drive to a house in an unkown location.
Once at the house, the victim reported she was repeatedly assaulted and raped over a period of several days.
Two additional male suspects and one female suspect were present at the house.
The victim described the house as a single story, pale yellow siding over pale yellow brick. It had an attached two-car garage with a white automatic door. The house is located on a corner lot with a residential street along the side of the garage.
The victim's car, a 2008 green, four-door, Ford Focus, is still missing. It carries Oklahoma plate 888 DOU. It has a personalized plate on the front, "LORI."
Police request that individuals with information regarding this case call Crime Stoppers at 405-235-7300. Callers can remain anonymous and may be eligible for a cash award.