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Oklahoma City Police Seeking Information in Possible Kidnapping
Oklahoma City Police is asking for assistance in locating several people involved in a possible kidnapping Sunday afternoon.
Around 2:15 or 2:30 p.m. a vehicle stopped at a traffic light near S.W. 44th St. and Independence Ave. One person exited the car and ran away, a second individual chased the first down and they had a physical confrontation. A bag or another item was placed over the head of the first person who exited the vehicle and that person was then placed in the trunk of the vehicle and the vehicle left the area going north on Independence Ave.
Police say they are wanting to talk with three men to gather more information about the incident. The first is a Hispanic male16 to 18 years of age, 5' 7'' to 5' 9'' tall, a medium build with short dark hair and wearing royal blue pants and a dark shirt. A second person involved is a Hispanic male aged 20 to 25 and 6' 0'' tall, he has a skinny build, is clean cut and was wearing a black leather coat and dark jeans. Police are also searching for a third person of interest who never exited the vehicle, described as a Hispanic or Native American male wearing a red shirt.
The vehicle of interest is a silver Dodge Intrepid.
The police are not sure at this time if a crime has been committed but would like to identify and talk to the people involved. Anyone with information is asked to contact 911.
Posted: Monday, March 11 2013, 06:11 AM CDT
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Tornado watch in effect for parts of west Oklahoma
May 23, 2013 19:27 GMT
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -- A tornado watch is in effect for parts of western Oklahoma and northwestern Texas just days after a monstrous tornado hit the Oklahoma City suburb of Moore and left 24 people dead.
The National Weather Service Storm Prediction Center says the tornado watch will remain in effect through 10 p.m. Thursday.
Forecasters say tornadoes and damaging winds are possible and hail is likely in the watch area.
Meanwhile, storms that lingered over the Oklahoma City area brought flooding to some areas Thursday.
A number of roads in the metro area had to be closed Thursday morning due to high water. Cars and people were stranded in places and forecasters recommended residents delay traveling until the waters recede.
The latest storms come after a deadly tornado hit Moore on Monday.
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