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Glenpool Murder Victim Identified, Investigation Continues

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The man died at a Kiefer trailer park after the shooting. The man died at a Kiefer trailer park after the shooting.
Officers investigate the scene Thursday night. Officers investigate the scene Thursday night.
GLENPOOL, Oklahoma -

The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation is assisting the Glenpool Police Department after a fatal shooting that took place Thursday night.

Glenpool Chief of Police Dennis Waller said two groups of men got into a fight near the new Conference Center at 12205 South Yukon Avenue, near 121st Street South and Highway 75. Glenpool resident Mark Coble, 31, was shot and killed by a man in the other group.

A friend drove the shooting victim to the 14600 block of West 141st Street in Kiefer where the friend lived. Coble died at that address, according to the OSBI.

The driver called 911 en route to the home.

Investigators are looking for three white men in the early 20s to early 30s in a small blue four-door car, in connection with the shooting, Waller said Thursday night.

10/11/2012 Related Story: Glenpool Police Investigating Deadly Shooting

"OSBI agents and Glenpool officers have collected evidence at the scene and conducted numerous interviews and will continue to do so today," Jessica Brown, OSBI public information officer.

Waller expressed his appreciation for the Bureau's help.

"They've been working with us really well on this," Glenpool Chief of Police Dennis Waller said Friday morning.

"It was a team effort last night, and I hope it comes to a good conclusion."

 

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