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Disappearances Frustrate Agents

Oklahoman Published: December 10, 1992

EDMOND (AP) - The investigation of the disappearances in May of two women and a child has hit a standstill, the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation says.

"As clues come in or as calls come in, we check up on them," OSBI spokeswoman Kym Koch said. "It's very frustrating for the agents. They haven't been able to find any clues.

Wendy Laraine Camp, 23; her daughter, Cynthia M. Britto, 6; and Lisa Renee Kregear, 25, disappeared May 29 on the way back from Shamrock, where Camp had been visiting her 4-year-old son, Jonathan Noe.

The woman who took the three to Shamrock said there was an argument on the way back and that she let the two women and child out at a Wal-Mart in Chandler, Camp's mother, Jackie Taylor, says.

Koch said no one saw the three at the Wal-Mart. They have not been seen since.

She said Wednesday that "Unsolved Mysteries" has said it will air a report on the case.

Taylor and her husband, Ed, conducted a memorial service for their daughter and granddaughter in September. They believe the three are dead.

"I won't ever be able to close it all together, to go on with my life" until the mystery is solved, she said.

She said she isn't sure if she wants to celebrate Christmas this year. BIOG: NAME:

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