OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) _ Oklahoma City police are searching for a car that may have been used in the shooting death of 10-year-old Mack McCray, who died last week after being shot in the head as he slept.
Police also are looking for five men who may have information about the case, said Capt. Jeffrey Becker. Three have been identified only by their street names: Jay-Jay, K-Bone and T-Rat. The others are wanted on unrelated warrants.
None have been identified as suspects.
Ulyses Simpkins, 17, whose alias is ``Boo,'' is wanted on a felony warrant for possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, Becker said.
Lamond Simpkins, 22, also known as ``K.O.,'' faces felony warrants for unauthorized use of a motor vehicle and making a false declaration to a pawn broker, Becker said. Both charges were filed earlier this week.
The Simpkins are brothers. Becker said he did not know if they are gang members.
Becker said homicide detectives are trying to find a two-door blue Monte Carlo with stripes along its sides. The car is known to have been driven by Ulyses Simpkins in the past.
On March 21, Mack was sleeping in his northwest Oklahoma City home when someone approached his window on foot and fired several bullets. One struck the child in the head, and he died a day later.