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News Conference Today on Weleetka Murders

Weleetka_Investigators plan a news conference today with new details on the murders of 2 young Weleetka girls.  The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation says that'll happen outside the Okfuskee County Courthouse.  The plan calls to release part of the 911 call made by a relative after the girls' bodies were found on June 8th. 

A spokesperson for the OSBI says some of the investigative techniques being used to track the girls' killer or killers will be discussed.  The bodies of the girls were found less than a half-mile from the home they were staying in.  So far, police say there is no motive for the killings.  Again, the search for suspects continues.  Count on 7News to keep you updated on any new developments.

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