Six years later: $10,000 reward offered for information in Carina Saunders case
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Carina Saunders

via KFOR

OKLAHOMA CITY -- (KFOR) -- It has been six years since an Oklahoma teenager was brutally murdered and dismembered, and authorities are hoping that a reward will lead to information on the case.

On Oct. 13, 2011, officers were called to the Homeland store on N.W. 23rd St. after receiving numerous reports of a foul odor.

When they arrived, investigators found a black bag with a severed human head and other dismembered body parts inside it.

Shortly after the discovery, authorities learned the body belonged to 19-year-old Carina Brianne Saunders.

Throughout the investigation, officials learned Saunders may have been tortured and killed at an abandoned house in southwest Oklahoma City before her body was dumped in Bethany.

Authorities initially arrested two men in connection with Saunders’ murder, but the charges were dropped.

Earlier this year, agents with the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation began digging in an Oklahoma City yard after receiving a tip about the Saunders case.

FULL STORY: Six years later: $10,000 reward offered for information in Carina Saunders case - KFOR

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