Sequoyah County Sheriff Identifies Woman With Information On Cold Case

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SEQUOYAH COUNTY (KFSM) — The female thought to have knowledge of a cold case that relayed critical information to a convenience store clerk has been identified.

Sheriff Ron Lockhart said the sheriff’s department has spoken with the individual.

On Monday (Oct. 26), Lockhart said a female walked in to BJ’s Convenience Store by Fin and Feather near Lake Tenkiller, and gave the store clerk some important information to pass on to the department.

Lockhart also said there would be nothing done on the case during the night (Oct. 27).

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