OSBI offering reward in Carina Saunders case
CREATED Apr. 4, 2013
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation is offering a $10,000 reward in the case of a teenage girl whose dismembered body was found stuffed inside a duffel bag in 2011.
OSBI took over the investigation into the killing of Carina Saunders earlier this year. In February, first-degree murder charges were dropped against the two men who'd been charged in her death.
No one else has been arrested.
Authorities say Saunders' body was dismembered and dumped in a field near a Bethany grocery store.
OSBI says there are more angles to pursue in the case -but that it needs help from the public. The agency is offering the reward for information that leads to an arrest and conviction in the case.
The $10,000 reward is the maximum allowed under state law.
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