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Oklahoma City police seek suspects in separate slayings

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Oklahoma City police say no arrests have been made in two separate slayings in the city.

Police say the first was Monday afternoon in southwest Oklahoma city where 21-year-old Ulises Lopez was found dead inside a home by officers responding to a call of unknown trouble.

Police say the home showed obvious signs of a struggle. No suspected cause of death was released.

The second slaying was later Monday in a shooting that left one man dead and a second critically wounded.

Police say an officer on the city's northwest side heard gunshots and saw one man collapse in the street. Police then found 33-year-old Bruce Griffin dead inside a vehicle nearby.

No suspect information has been released in either case.

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