Officials: Two bodies found in eastern Oklahoma identified as missing OKC residents

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MCINTOSH COUNTY, Okla. – Two bodies that were discovered in eastern Oklahoma have been identified as missing Oklahoma City residents.

The McIntosh County Sheriff’s Department and the OSBI began the investigation on November 21 after two unidentified bodies were discovered on Tiger Mountain, located in northwestern McIntosh County.

Tuesday, the bodies were identified as missing Oklahoma City residents Virgil Ingraham, 81, and Rowena Ingraham, 84, who were reported missing around the same time frame.

The McIntosh County Sheriff’s Department and the OSBI are looking for 44-year-old Harlon Foss, who is the grandson of the Ingraham’s.

Foss is a person of interest in the case and is wanted for questioning, however as of right now, a warrant for his arrest has not been issued.

Foss was recently released from prison and was living in the Oklahoma City area at the time of the incident.

Officials are looking for a vehicle, believed to belong to Foss, and is identified as a white 1995 Oldsmobile Cutlass with the Oklahoma license plate FOL977.

Example of vehicle officials are looking for

If you know anything, contact authorities.

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