OSBI offering $10,000 rewards in Pontotoc Co. cold cases

OKLAHOMA CITY (KXII) - The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation is offering rewards in two Pontotoc County cold cases over 20 years apart.

Back in 1995 the body of 15-year-old Daniel Furr was found at an abandoned shell pit southeast of Ada. The medical examiner determined his cause of death to be a homicide.

Furr’s case is the King of Clubs in the OSBI’s first deck of Cold Case Playing Cards. The Cold Case Cards are sold in Oklahoma Department of Correction facilities with the goal of generating leads in cases where leads have dried up.

Then just last year the body of 26-year-old Britney Gomez was found in rural Pontotoc County a month after she'd been reported missing.

The OSBI is offering a $10,000 reward for information on either case. If you know anything about the case of Daniel Furr or Britney Gomez, you are asked to contact the OSBI at (800) 522-8017 or tips@osbi.ok.gov.