Triple murder suspect on the loose in Arkansas: police

Stacy Lee Drake is considered armed and dangerous, according to investigators.

An “armed and dangerous” suspect linked to three murders and numerous other crimes across the country is on the loose in Arkansas, authorities say.

Stacy Lee Drake, 50, is wanted in connection with three homicides in Oklahoma stemming from two separate carjackings, according to Arkansas State Police.

“Drake is wanted separately on multiple felony warrants from multiple jurisdictions, with charges including aggravated robbery, carjacking and murder,” investigators said in a statement.

The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation released more details Wednesday about two of the homicides that occurred in Sequoyah County. Police discovered a man and a woman dead in a business on Tuesday.

The identities of the victims were not immediately released.

Although the victims’ causes of death are still being determined by the medical examiner, Oklahoma investigators said “both suffered injuries consistent with homicide.”

Drake was last seen walking outside a motel in Morrilton, Arkansas, about 53 miles northwest of Little Rock, according to police. Oklahoma investigators said a car he allegedly stole was found in Morrilton, about 130 miles east of where the bodies were found in Sequoyah County, Oklahoma. Tuesday evening.

Drake, a resident of Birmingham, Alabama, was described as having brown hair and brown eyes, approximately 5 feet 11 inches tall and weighing 185 pounds, according to state police.

“Anyone who sees Drake should not approach him and should call 911 immediately,” Arkansas State Police said in a statement.

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