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Oklahoma authorities offering $5,000 reward in connection with 14-year-old Wagoner slaying

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WAGONER, Oklahoma — The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation has announced a $5,000 reward in connection with a 14-year-old slaying of a convenience store clerk in Wagoner.

The reward announced Wednesday is for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for the April 9, 2001, shooting death of 59-year-old of Richard Piersall during an armed robbery of the Kum-N-Go convenience store in Wagoner.

The OSBI says investigators have developed several suspects, but that more information is needed to help solve the case.

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