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Sheriff’s Dept. asking public’s help finding Oklahoma treasures

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OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Department is asking your help with an Oklahoma history project.

Deputies are asking Oklahomans to share any historic pictures and artifacts related to the agency.

Oklahoma County Sheriff John Whetsel said the department is working on a history project and would love to have a digital copy of your photos and artifacts.

“These items we are looking for could be from the 1890s, the 1900s, during the Oklahoma City Bombing, just historical photos involving the Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office including people, vehicles, etc.,” Whetsel said.

If you have pictures, documents or any artifacts they could include in the archives and displays, officials said you can:

– Scan and email them to
– Direct message them on Twitter or tag them #OCSOHistory
– Contact Public Information Director Mark Myers at (405) 713-1029