Lois Ann Riess, 56, spotted "twin" Pamela Hutchinson, 59, in Fort Myers Beach, and somehow finagled her way inside the woman's apartment - where Riess shot her dead on Monday, CBS Minnesota reported.
Riess is believed to be driving Hutchinson's vehicle, a white Acura TL with Florida license plate Y37TAA. The auto has been found in Louisiana and Corpus Christi, Texas, as Hutchinson died.
Police found the accused clone killer's white 2003 Cadillac Escalade ditched at a park near Hutchinson's apartment.
Richardson was wanted on charges including attempted murder, criminal confinement, and strangulation. Her current whereabouts are unknown. She said her family earlier lived in Sultanpuri, and she befriended a man from the neighbourhood. "U.S. Marshals are actively involved in a national search for this risky fugitive".More news: Trump goes on Twitter rant against Comey ahead of explosive interview
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Riess is also wanted at the March passing of her spouse. This is the second case in 25 days where a pregnant woman died due to unavailability of lady doctors. Minnesota's Dodge County Sheriff Scott Rose said that police believe exactly the gun has been found in each killings.
Cops discovered David's bullet-riddled body after his anxious business partners reported they hadn't seen him in two weeks. The partner said no one at work had seen David Riess in over two weeks.
Authorities observed David Riess's human body inside his home with many gunshots. They couldn't determine how long he had been dead, and investigators could not find his wife.