The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation announced a $5,000 reward Tuesday for information leading to the whereabouts of three missing people. The announcement comes exactly 15 years after they disappeared. Wendy Camp last spoke to her husband the afternoon of May 29, 1992, to tell him she was on the way home from visiting her son. She never arrived, and investigators still don't know why, said Jessica Brown, OSBI spokeswoman. "We know someone out there knows something about this case,” Brown said. "We just need to find them.” Camp, her 6-year-old daughter, Cynthia Britto, and her sister-in-law, Lisa Renee Kregear, haven't been seen since that afternoon 15 years ago and are presumed dead, Brown said. Every year, Camp's family relives the tragedy, her sister, Aisha Hashmi, said Monday. On May 29 last year, her father died. Her mother is on the verge of a second nervous breakdown, she said. "It is so emotionally draining,” Hashmi said by telephone from her Grand Prairie, Texas, home. "It's hard on the whole family.” Hashmi said she is certain her sister is dead, but her family can't help but imagine a worse fate for the missing women and child. "I've had to tell myself to let her go in spirit and say goodbye,” Hashmi said. "I just want to know what happened.”Comments
BackgroundThe three traveled to Shamrock that day to visit Camp's young son, who was staying with his father after a divorce. Camp's former mother-in-law, Beverly Noe, was driving. On the way back, talk of a nasty divorce came up, and the women couldn't stand to be in the same car any longer, Brown said. Noe told investigators she dropped the two women and child off at a Wal-Mart in Chandler after an argument, Hashmi said. Investigators thought they were last seen in Chandler, but that report proved false, and investigators couldn't find anyone who saw them in the area, Brown said. Investigators conducted aerial searches and searched local wells for bodies but found no trace of the women or the girl, Brown said. "There are a lot of questions and no answers,” Hashmi said. Camp suffered from multiple sclerosis and depended on medication to live. She didn't have any of her medication with her the day she disappeared, Hashmi said. At the time of her disappearance, Camp was 5-foot-3, weighed 200 pounds and had brown hair and eyes. Britto was 3 feet tall and weighed 60 pounds with brown hair and eyes. Kregear was 5-foot-4, weighed 130 pounds and had blonde hair and blue eyes. Anyone who has information regarding their whereabouts or the case can contact the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation at (800) 522-8017.