31-year-old Nola Baldwin went to pick up pizza for her children on April 1st, 1994 in Collinsville, Oklahoma and never came home. She was last seen in the parking lot of the pizza place after purchasing the pizza. This was between 6 and 7 pm.

On April 22nd, 1994, only three days after her 32nd birthday, her body was found submerged in a pond in her vehicle. Cause of death is publicly unknown but her death is considered a homicide. The pond was located in north Tulsa County at 3415 E. 126th St. North.

A man known for stealing vehicles in that area was interviewed early on in the investigation but there was no evidence connecting him to Nola’s murder.

There are no known suspects in the murder of Nola Jean Baldwin. Nola’s husband, Steven, passed away in December of 1993.

Please call the Tulsa County Sheriff with any information on the murder of Nola Baldwin at 918.596.8661.

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