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Crime Reward offered for information in Midwest City quadruple shooting that killed 1 person

21:55  31 october  2019
21:55  31 october  2019 Source:   koco.com

Body found in Midwest City pond identified as missing 25-year-old man with Asperger's syndrome

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Midwest City police teamed up with two local financial institutions Thursday to offer a reward for information in connection with a quadruple shooting that claimed the life of one person, police officials announced.

a screen shot of a man: Antonio Marshall died in the parking lot.© Provided by Hearst Television, Inc. Antonio Marshall died in the parking lot.

According to police, four people were shot on Oct. 22 at the Vista Green Apartments. Antonio Marshall, 27 died in the parking lot.

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“At this time, we are hoping the promise of reward money will develop viable suspects in this murder,” Chief Brandon Clabes said.

The money, which is several thousands of dollars, is available to anyone who provides information that leads to the arrest and conviction of individuals involved in the death of Marshall, police said.

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Additionally, the police department is searching for a possible witness that was driving a silver van at Crest Foods on E. Reno. The van was in the parking lot of the grocery store at the time the homicide was committed.

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Anyone with information concerning this crime is encouraged to contact the Midwest City Police Department at 405-739-1388 or 405-739-1306.

KOCO 5 spoke with Marshall's loved ones, who said he played a big part in his community and was someone a lot of people looked up to. They said he was a well-known DJ in Oklahoma City and the job was his passion.

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