22-year-old Pvt. Kimble Gray was murdered in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma on December 22nd, 1977. No one has ever been convicted in his murder.

Kimble flew into Will Rogers International Airport that day. He was later found by a passing motorist in the 900 block of NE 33rd St. at 230am. He’d been shot several times in the back of the head with a small caliber pistol. Initially he was unidentified until investigators discovered military-style laundry name labels inside his clothing. Two members of his unit came up from Ft. Sill, Oklahoma to officially identify him. Investigators interviewed anyone who would be likely to pick him up from the airport that day but found no leads.

Kimble was born on June 5th, 1955 in Danville, Illinois and attended Danville High School. He’d enlisted in the Army the previous year from Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

If you have any information in the brutal murder of Pvt. Kimble Gray please call the OKC PD at 405-297-1000.

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