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Update on Unsolved Homicides

Lawton, Oklahoma_ For the first time Tuesday, Lawton Police said several of their unsolved homicides have something in common. They would not offer specifics other than to say several are connected by the people involved.

Among those unsolved is the July shooting death of 17-year old Omar Morales. Witnesses told police they saw Morales leave a party and get into a car with three other men. As the car took off, witnesses saw a struggle. His body was later found just a few blocks away near 19th and Taft.

 If you have any information call Crimestoppers at 355-INFO, or text the word 'bust' and your information to the number 274637.

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