(Oklahoma City-AP) -- Oklahoma Attorney General Drew Edmondson is asking the relatives of two murder victims to contact his office as their killers' execution dates near.
Execution dates have been requested for the men convicted of murdering Dennis Hill and Wendy Cade.
The attorney general's victim-witness coordinator has been unable to find their relatives.
Walanzo Deon Robinson was convicted of killing 26-year-old Hill on May 19th, 1989.
A witness reported seeing Hill shot as he tried to run across a street. The witness said Robinson then walked over to Hill and shot him twice more.
Twenty-nine-year-old Cade was killed September Sixth, 1994, by then-boyfriend Larry Kenneth Jackson. She had picked him up at the state Capitol complex where he was working on a prison work crew.
She left with him and checked into a motel, where they got into an argument. Jackson cut her throat with a box knife numerous times, severing her jugular vein.