The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation is offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction in the unsolved dismemberment death of a 19-year-old Mustang woman.
The state agency took over the high-profile investigation in February, well over a year after Carina Saunders was killed.
The $10,000 reward is the highest allowed under state law.
Saunders' body was found Oct. 13, 2011, near a grocery store in Bethany. She had been dismembered and stuffed inside a duffel bag.
An OSBI statement released Wednesday afternoon sought assistance from the public “in developing further leads and expanding current ones.”
“After a thorough review of the case files produced by Bethany P.D., the OSBI agent assigned this case has determined more work can be performed — through interviews, forensics, and other investigative tools,” the release states.
Anyone with information is urged to call (800) 522-8017.