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Double Homicide on Lawton's west side

Lawton_Police have reported that there has been a double homicide, from a possible home invasion on Lawton's west side.  Two women have been reported murdered.

The two young women, aged 18 and 20, were found shot to death in their homes.  Around 5pm, the mother of one of the victims discovered the slain girls.  Police are currently on the scene and ask that you avoid the area around 61st and Oak Cliff on the west side, while they investigate.

The victims next of kin have been notified and the police are looking for the suspect.  Neighbors said that there were young people seen coming and going from the home all the time.  If you have any information with relation to this crime or any suspicious activity in the area, please contact authorities.

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