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Update: Two men arrested in connection to the killing of an OKC man; Police still searching for third suspect

Update 7/14/14 12:30 p.m.

OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma City Police say they have two people in custody for allegedly killing a man who was found naked in NW OKC last month.

NewsChannel4 has confirmed Ronald Kelly, 32 and Charles McFarland, 43, are both facing murder charges for the death of Lloyd Strain, 58.

Last month, the body of Lloyd Strain was found naked, dumped in an alley near NW 12th and Penn.

Investigators say trauma is believed to be the cause of his death.

Police officers are looking for another person in connection with Strain’s murder, Barron Nelson, 44.

Kelly was already in jail on several charges that stemmed from an incident where he allegedly stabbed his girlfriend with a screwdriver.

OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma City police are releasing some surveillance photos they hope will help them solve a murder.

Last month, the body of Lloyd Strain was found naked, dumped in an alley near NW 12th and Penn.

He was 58-years old. lloydstarin

Detectives want you to take a good look at the two in the surveillance photos and notice their distinctive tattoos.

Strain’s sister Kimberly Strain says, “They’ve seen something. They know something.”

They aren’t calling them suspects just two people they want to talk to.

“This just doesn’t get any easier,” says Strain.

Two of the only relatives Strain had, his sister, Kimberly and niece Alex, have been racking their brains for weeks trying to figure out what happened.

Despite what they say everyone thinks, Strain had a home and was beloved.

“I guess this happening came so out of left field. There are just too many loose ends and too many questions,” said Strain. “He wasn’t an indigent. He wasn’t a homeless. He wasn’t a drug addict. He wasn’t asking for it.”

Looking at the surveillance photos nothing rings a bell, but it’s what a neighbor heard that night they can’t stop thinking about.

Strain says, “She heard my brother yell, ‘Ah! Get off me!”

The surveillance photos and little clues here and there help them stay hopeful.

They say they aren’t sure if they’ll ever know why their “Uncle Lloyd” was taken from them.

“What goes around comes around,” said Strain. “That was a human being, that was a human life and nobody has the right to take that.”

While Strain’s family does not recognize the two in those surveillance photos, they are hoping you will.

If you have any information Crime Stoppers at (405) 235-7300.