Accused killer granny last seen in Texas - nationwide search underway

Accused killer granny last seen in Texas - nationwide search underway

Accused killer granny last seen in Texas - nationwide search underway

Lee County deputies say the surveillance video shows Riess talking to Pamela Hutchinson, 59, at the Smokin' Oyster Brewery on April 5.

Authorities believe Riess, who fled Minnesota after allegedly shooting and killing her husband, targeted Hutchinson because the two women looked alike, then stole her identity after killing her. Police say the same gun was used in both slayings.

The search for Lois Riess was now a multistate and federal matter. Her auto, a white Acura, was also stolen and later seen in Louisiana and Texas.

- Authorities are now offering a reward of up to $6,000 for information leading to the arrest of Lois Riess, the Minnesota woman who is being sought in the March murder of her husband and the murder of a Florida woman last week.

Concerned that David Riess had not been seen in more than a week, the Star Tribune reported, one of his business partners asked police to look for him.

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A national manhunt is under way for Riess, who is considered armed and risky and should not be approached.

Lois Riess transferred almost $10,000 from her husband's business account into his personal account and then forged his signature on three checks to herself for $11,000, according to theft charges recently filed in Minnesota.

Hutchinson's family tells WTVR that she was a generous and trusting person.

After investigators found Reiss' abandoned Cadillac, they think she may be driving Hutchinson' vehicle - a white Acura TL with Florida license plate Y37TAA.

In a CBS report, Marceno says that although Riess "may look like anyone's mother or grandmother, she's an absolute cold-blooded murderer". "It's not necessarily her, or whatever, it's just evil that flowed through", Daniele Jeffferys said.

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