OSBI offers reward in 1974 cold case
OTTAWA COUNTY, Okla. – Oklahoma authorities offer a reward for information that can help agents in the 1974 murder of Tina Mae Duffell.
The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation is offering $10,000 in the case.
On October 18, 1974, Duffell, 37, was found submerged by timber and brush in Prairie Dog Pond. That’s about a half-mile northwest of Quapaw, Oklahoma.
The Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office requested OSBI assistance in the investigation. Authorities believe someone either abducted her or she left with someone from the C and D grocery store in Quapaw. That’s where she was working at the time of her murder.
An autopsy showed she had stab wounds to her neck.
If you know anything about Tina Mae Duffell’s murder, you can contact the OSBI at (800) 522-8017 or firstname.lastname@example.org. You can remain anonymous.
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