FBI, Lumberton Police Seek Information in Cases of Three Women Found Dead

The FBI's Charlotte Field Office and the Lumberton Police Department are seeking information from the public in three death investigations. The bodies of the three women were found within a four-block radius in Lumberton, North Carolina, in 2017.

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It’s been nearly 7 years since three women were found dead in Lumberton, North Carolina. Solving the crimes are a priority for the FBI and the Lumberton Police Department.  

These women were Mothers, daughters, sisters, these women have families that have been mourning for seven years now.

FBI Special Agent Glenn and Lumberton Police Lieutenant Nolley walked along the four-block radius where the women’s bodies were discovered.

This is the house where Christina, also known as Kristin to her family was found, and across the street is where Rhonda was found on the same day.

That was April 18th, 2017. Kristin Bennett’s body was found inside this blue home on Peachtree Street, Rhonda Jones’s body was found shortly after police responded to the scene. The third victim Megan Oxendine was found on June 3, 2017, outside a home a few blocks away.

This was completely unoccupied, it was boarded up at the time.

Lumberton Police Lieutenant Jennifer White is hopeful someone with information will come forward.

Lumberton is a close-knit community. We know people want to help find out what happened to these women. We’re still trying to confirm exactly when Kristin, Rhonda, and Megan were last seen and who they were with. We need that timeline to assist in our investigation and give the families of these women much-needed answers and some closure.

Cases nationwide are being solved. Ones that are 5 years old, ten years old, 20, even 30 years old with new technology and new methods of investigation and all it takes is that one small piece maybe a small piece that is reanalyzed, maybe a new technology or a new way of looking at that piece of evidence and we are confident that it’s just going to take one bit of information, one reanalysis to solve this.

The FBI is offering a reward up $75,000. Call FBI Charlotte at 704-672-6100 or the Lumberton Police Department at 910-671-3845, or submit a tip online at tips.fbi.gov.

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