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Weleetka Update-"You'll Never Catch Me"

New information in the case of two girls shot to death in Weleetka, Oklahoma. Investigators are looking into a message scrawled onto a roadside memorial cross at the scene.  It says quote: "You'll never catch me."

But officials say it's not helping them get any closer to solving the crime.  Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation spokesperson, Jessica Brown, says it appears kids vandalized the cross to get attention.

Skyla Whitaker and Taylor Paschal-Placker's bodies were found June 8th on the side of a rural road in Okfuskee County. 

It's six weeks into the investigation and police still have made no arrests. There is also no motive or suspects in their deaths.

You can count on 7News to follow any new developments in this tragic story.

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