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$10,000 rewards offered in separate Oklahoma cold cases

September 13, 2019
This Sept. 13, 2019 photo shows Daniel Furr from a deck of Cold Case Playing Cards released by the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation in October 2017 and sold to Oklahoma Department of Corrections inmates in an effort to solve cold cases. The OSBI has announced separate $10,000 rewards for information to help solve the slayings of Furr in 1995 and of Britney Gomez in 2018.(AP Photo by Ken Miller)
This Sept. 13, 2019 photo shows Daniel Furr from a deck of Cold Case Playing Cards released by the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation in October 2017 and sold to Oklahoma Department of Corrections inmates in an effort to solve cold cases. The OSBI has announced separate $10,000 rewards for information to help solve the slayings of Furr in 1995 and of Britney Gomez in 2018.(AP Photo by Ken Miller)

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation is offering separate $10,000 rewards for information that would help solve two cold case homicides.

The OSBI is seeking information in the death of 15-year-old Daniel Furr in Ada and the 2018 death of 26-year-old Britney Gomez near Ada, about 70 miles (113 kilometers) southeast of Oklahoma City.

Furr’s case is featured in the OSBI’s first deck of Cold Case Playing Cards , which were sold to Oklahoma Department of Correction inmates to generate leads in unsolved cases. The cards feature photos of the victims and information about the case.

Furr’s body was found in 1995 in a pit at an abandoned brick plant while Gomez’s body was found near Ada.

OSBI spokeswoman Brooke Arbeitman says there’s no indication the two cases are related.

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