OKLAHOMA CITY — The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation is offering up to $10,000 for a video believed to exist in the 5-year-old slaying of a 19-year-old woman.

The OSBI said Wednesday that many people have claimed to have seen a video of the slaying of Carina Saunders in October 2011, but no copy of it has been found. The agency says it’s offering the largest reward available under state law for a copy.

Saunders dismembered body was found Oct. 13, 2011, in a duffel bag behind a grocery store in the Oklahoma City suburb of Bethany. Bethany police asked the OSBI to take over the investigation more than a year later.

The OSBI says Saunders was last seen Oct. 8, 2011, getting into a red, dual cab pickup at the Newcastle Casino.

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