Police need help with murder investigation

Thursday, January 10th 2008, 2:49 pm
By: News 9


Oklahoma City Police are asking the public's for help gathering information about Roger Dale Crisp's suspicious death.

Crip, 43, was found burned in his 2007 Nissan Quest in November 2007 at SW 44 and Mustang Road in Oklahoma City. The medical examiner later ruled Crisp died of multiple stab wounds before he was set on fire.

OCPD homicide detectives said they have exhausted all of their leads in this case and are seeking the public's help in uncovering new information. 

The police think Crisp frequented establishments near SE 66 St. and Shields Ave. as well as Interstate 240 and Eastern Ave. Crisp may have been near one of those areas the night of his death, said police.

Crisp's family have also set up an account to raise reward money in this case. 

If anyone has information relating to Crisp's death, call the OCPD Homicide Unit at 297-1126 or Crime Stoppers at 235-7300.