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Rewards offered for unsolved homicides

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Lawton, Okla._Lawton Crimestoppers is offering rewards for tips leading to arrests in any of the city's 7 unsolved murder cases. The rewards total at $7000 allotting $1000 for each case.

Lawton police say they have every detective and resource working to solve all 7 homicide cases that have each happened within the past five months.

They are encouraging anyone with any information to come forward. They say no tip is too small or insignificant.

The victims in this year's unsolved homicides are Omar Morales, Deangelo Hurd, Kenneth Young, Darren Bush, Hai Thi Figures, Sheri Olson, and Quante Yarbrough.

The number to call with information is 355-inf0.

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