EDMOND — A couple found dead in their home in a gated community in far north Edmond were identified Tuesday by police as Kenneth Frame, 55, and Pamela Frame, 64.
The victims lived at 5509 Fairway Drive in The Highlands of Oak Tree, police spokeswoman Jennifer Monroe said.
Police are investigating the deaths as a murder-suicide.
Monroe would not confirm whether the couple had been shot. The state medical examiner will determine the cause and manner of death for each person.
The Frames, Oklahoma City Chamber ambassadors, had only lived in the rented Edmond home about six to eight months, Monroe said.
Monday, officers obtained a search warrant for the house and a car in the driveway. A list of what was taken from the house was not available.
Financial records and computer files were among the items officers searched for, Monroe said.
Police were called to the home about 8:30 a.m. Monday after Kenneth Frame failed to show up for a tee time on the golf course. He was seen at the driving range Sunday night.
Police have no records of calls to the home, which is north of Sorghum Mill Road just east of Oak Tree National where the U.S. Senior Open Championship was played last week.
'We are friendly, but not real friendly'
Robert Memmott, of 5513 Fairway Drive, said the couple kept to themselves.
“We live in a group of townhouses that are attached,” Memmott said. “They are sound proof and you can't hear nothing.
“We are friendly, but not real friendly.”
Pamela Frame worked with BNI Oklahoma, a business network.
Monte Monroe, of Piedmont, worked with Pamela Frame and knew her husband, who was co-owner in STA Roofing in Mustang.
Monroe said he knew the couple professionally a year or two.
“As far as I know there was no troubles,” Monroe said.