SAPULPA, Okla. - More than two decades after their disappearance, the remains of two missing women and a young girl have turned up buried deep beneath a rural property near Jennings, Oklahoma in Pawnee County.
Wendy Camp, her sister-in-law, Lisa Kregear, and Camp's 6-year-old daughter, Cynthia Britto, disappeared in May of 1992.
They had traveled to Shamrock to visit Wendy's son, who lived with her ex-husband Chad Noe because of a bitter custody dispute.
Noe's mother, Beverly, told investigators she was bringing the three back home to Chandler but dropped the three off at a Wal-Mart in that town after an argument.
The three never made it home, but because their bodies could not be found, investigators were at a dead end.
Early in April of this year, a tipster led them to the remains, buried eight feet under the surface on property reportedly belonging to a man named Grover Prewitt.
Prewitt has reportedly been arrested on a count of accessory to murder; no word on whether he's cooperating with investigators.
The OSBI, and detectives from Pawnee County, Creek County, and Lincoln County have all worked together on the case.
They urge anyone with any information at all about the murders to call the OSBI hotline at 1-800-522-8017.
They're offering a reward of up to $5,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of whoever's responsible.
The ME in Tulsa has the remains, and will determine the means and manner of death.
They will also submit DNA for testing to ensure the remains are those of Kregear, Britto and Camp.
OSBI Director Stan Florence says clothing found on the bodies matches the description of what the three were wearing when they disappeared.