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October 9, 2015 -- Police say a third individual is wanted for a double homicide committed in Bristow, Okla.

Two others have been arrested.

Wanted in the murder of Ruth Rex and Jake Wright is Wilbert Moore.

Police say Moore and his brother sent a female companion on an errand. As she was returning to a motel room she heard two pops. The Moore brothers came out of the room and left, she said.

Rex and Wright were found dead in the motel room.

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Police are on the hunt for a third suspect in a Bristow double homicide.

Wilbert Moore is wanted in the March shooting death of two people inside a Bristow motel. This comes one month after agents arrested two other suspects in the case.
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The Creek County District Attorney filed a murder charge against Moore late last month shortly after his brother, Antonio Moore, and a woman, Hanah Jones, were arrested in the case.

Police documents reveal the suspects sold and did drugs several times with the victims, Ruth Rex and Jake Wright, several times in the week leading up to the killings.

Jones told agents that on the day of the shooting, the Moore brothers sent her on an errand. When she got back, she claimed to hear “two pops” coming from the motel room. She said the brothers then came out of the room and then they left.

FOX23 dug into the suspects’ past and found that Wilbert Moore was previously arrested and charged in a 2010 Tulsa homicide case. Records show that he was released when witnesses did not show up to testify.

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