Investigators find three bodies in northern Oklahoma, sources report

Investigators began digging Monday in a field near Jennings in northern Oklahoma for the bodies of two Oklahoma City women and a girl who have been missing since 1992.
by Nolan Clay Modified: April 17, 2013 at 10:20 pm •  Published: April 17, 2013
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Investigators digging in a rural grassy field near here have found three bodies, sources said Wednesday night.

Investigators began digging Monday for the bodies of two Oklahoma City women and a girl who have been missing since 1992.

Wendy Camp, 23, her daughter, Cynthia Britto, 6, and Camp's sister-in-law, Lisa Renee Kregear, 22, have been missing since May 29, 1992.

Investigators discovered the bodies Tuesday, sources said.

The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation has been working on the cold case.

“I can't confirm anything,” OSBI spokeswoman Jessica Brown said Wednesday night. “We hope to wrap it up by the end of the week.”

It was unclear Wednesday night if the bodies had been removed from the dig site. A spokeswoman for the chief medical examiner said no bodies have been received at the agency.

Camp's sister, Aisha Hashmi, of Grand Prairie Texas, has been in Oklahoma awaiting the results of the dig. She said Wednesday night she had not been told the bodies were found.

However, she said authorities have asked her to remain in Oklahoma.

“I was asked if — in the morning — they could come and collect my DNA. And I said, ‘Absolutely.'”

Camp, her daughter and sister-in-law traveled to Shamrock on May 29, 1992, to visit Camp's young son. The boy was staying with his father and Camp's former mother-in-law drove the three there.

The former mother-in-law, Beverly Noe, of Bristow, claims she dropped the three off in Chandler on the way back to Oklahoma City after an argument.

Investigators now believe that claim is false, sources said.

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by Nolan Clay
Sr. Reporter
Nolan Clay was born in Oklahoma and has worked as a reporter for The Oklahoman since 1985. He covered the Oklahoma City bombing trials and witnessed bomber Tim McVeigh's execution. His investigative reports have brought down public officials,...
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