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Police searching for NW OKC homicide victim’s car

Oklahoma City police are searching for a car that was stolen from the home of a woman who was killed in early May. [Photo Provided]

Oklahoma City police are searching for a car they said was stolen from the home where a 45-year-old woman was killed earlier this month.

About 11:55 a.m.  May 2, police responding to a home in the 200 block of NW 87 found the body of Monica Ervin-Adams. Officers said the body had injuries consistent with homicide.

Ervin-Adams’ car, a gray 2003 Ford Taurus with Oklahoma license plate EAS 105, was stolen from the home.

No arrests have been made in connection to her death. Anyone with information on her death or the location of the car should call the homicide tip-line at 297-1200.


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Oklahoma City police are searching for a car that was stolen from the home of a woman who was killed in early May. [Photo Provided]

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