TULSA - The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation is continuing their search for a person of interest in a Tahlequah homicide and his girlfriend, both of whom are on the run from authorities.
Joshua Schneider was named last week as a person of interest in the May murder of Northeastern State University professor Tiffany Maher.
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Schneider and his girlfriend, Heather Black, evaded authorities when they attempted a traffic stop.
The two led police on a high-speed chase through part of Tulsa last Thursday. Their car was later found with Schneider's 2-year-old daughter, whom they left behind.
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OSBI officials say Black may have changed her appearance. She is believed to have cut her hair and dyed it a dark color. She stands 5 feet 2 inches tall and weighs approximately 150 pounds.
Schneider is wanted on two felony warrants out of Tulsa County in addition to being wanted for questioning in Maher's murder.
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Anyone with information on either Schneider or Black is asked to call 911 or the OSBI hotline at (800) 522-8017.
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