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HOMICIDE VICTIMS McAlester, Oklahoma
MARCH OF 1995
Unidentified Victim #1 - sketch
18-to 25-years old
5'4" to 5'6"
130 to 140 pounds
The unidentified female victim had shoulder length, wavy hair.
She wore a red Lassen Sportswear shirt with one front pocket;
blue jeans, size 10; white bra, 38-D; panties which were large
and not consistent with the blue jeans size; a two-piece wedding
band set with a small diamond, which matched the wedding band
of a male victim who also was found; and a "Le Watch"
with a brown leather band. She had only one tooth filling.
Unidentified Victim #2 - sketch
18-to 25-years old
5'6" to 5'9"
175 to 185 pounds
The unidentified male victim had short hair. He wore a turquoise,
possibly "Ocean Pacific" t-shirt; a black long-sleeve
jacket; light blue Levi jeans with a black belt, size 31 waist/34
length; dark color bikini shorts with a geometric design; 14
karat gold wedding band which matched the rings of a female victim
who also was found; and a watch with a "Le Watch" leather
band. He had the following tattoos: an "R" on the back
of his left forearm; an eyeball with a teardrop on the back of
his right forearm; and a cross on the front of his left upper
THE DETAILS SURROUNDING
Law enforcement authorities in McAlester, Oklahoma are seeking
information in connection with the murders of an unidentified
man and a woman which occurred in March of 1995. It is suspected
that the couple was married based on the matching wedding rings
that they were wearing. The couple is believed to have been shot
with a .38 caliber Smith and Wesson or a Ruger model revolver.
The victims' bodies were discovered ten miles north of McAlester,
along the outer road adjacent to U.S. Highway 69, in April of
1995. The victims had been dragged about 40 feet into the woods.
The location is approximately 50 yards west of an active Union
Pacific Railway track, which runs north and south and about one-half
mile from the entrance of Crower Point, which is a Lake Eufaula
IF YOU HAVE ANY INFORMATION CONCERNING THIS CASE, PLEASE
CONTACT THE VIOLENT CRIMINAL APPREHENSION PROGRAM (VICAP) AT
(703) 632-4166 OR E-MAIL ADDRESS GWILDEYJ@LEO.GOV.