Investigators Offering $10K Reward in Carina Saunders Case

Apr 4, 2013

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation is offering a $10,000 reward in the case of a teenage girl whose dismembered body was found stuffed inside a duffel bag in 2011.

OSBI took over the investigation into the killing of Carina Saunders earlier this year. In February, first-degree murder charges were dropped against the two men who'd been charged in her death.

No one else has been arrested.

Authorities say Saunders' body was dismembered and dumped in a field near a Bethany grocery store.

OSBI says there are more angles to pursue in the case —but that it needs help from the public. The agency is offering the reward for information that leads to an arrest and conviction in the case.

The $10,000 reward is the maximum allowed under state law.