Bobbie Woffard
Bobbie Woffard

Bobbi Wofford was last seen alive wearing a white tank top and blue denim shorts, in the early morning hours of July 5, 1999, at a Love’s Convenience Store located at 203 S. Main, Kingfisher. Evidence located at the scene suggested Wofford was murdered.

On November 4, 1999, the skeletal remains of Bobbie Woffard were located at a rural location west of Kingfisher in Kingfisher County, Oklahoma.

The road runs on an iron bridge over Kingfisher Creek, leading past an open field and a row of trees. Her body rested there for four months before she was found, leading to a murder investigation in a rural community known as “the Buckle of the Wheatbelt.”

Tommy Lynn Sells, 41, who said he killed Wofford, is on death row in Texas in a separate murder case. But the self-proclaimed serial killer’s confession in the Wofford case is shaky and just plain unbelievable to a lot of people, Griesel said.

No one has ever been charged in Bobbi Wofford ‘s murder.

Please contact OSBI with any information about her case.

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