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Man named person of interest in Tiger Mountain deaths

Posted at 5:44 PM, Nov 28, 2017

MCINTOSH COUNTY, Okla. -- The McIntosh County Sheriff's Office is looking to speak to a man in connection with two deaths in Tiger Mountain last week.

The bodies of Virgil Ingraham, 81 and Rowena Ingraham, 84, were found Nov. 21. They had been missing from the Oklahoma City area. The cause of their death is still under investigation.

The Sheriff's Office and Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation wants to speak with Harlon Foss, 44, in connection with the deaths. Foss is the grandson of the two victims. 

No arrest warrant has been issued for Foss, and authorities said he is being sought as a person of interest in the case.

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

Authorities located on Tuesday the vehicle of the two victims, which is a 1998 silver Lincoln Town Car. It was sent to the OSBI for processing.

Authorities are searching for a vehicle that belongs to Foss, which is a white 1995 Oldsmobile Cutlass with Oklahoma license plate number FOL977. Authorities provided an example of the car they are seeking.

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