$10,000 reward for information in 1974 Oklahoma slaying

The Associated Press - August 15, 2021 8:48 am

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation has announced a $10,000 reward for information regarding a nearly 50-year-old unsolved homicide in northeastern Oklahoma.

The OSBI said in a news release on Friday that the reward is for information in the 1974 death of 37-year-old Tina Mae Duffell of Quapaw. The agency says Duffell’s body was found October 18th, 1974, in a pond near Quapaw with stab wounds to her neck. The OSBI says Duffell was either kidnapped or left with someone from the convenience store in Quapaw where she worked at the time.

 

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