Manhunt for woman who 'murdered victim and stole her identity'

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Theissen, who has a tattoo on her lower back that declares "Only I can judge me", appeared to be under the influence and bleeding from the left side of her face and right hand, according to the arrest affidavit. Lois Reiss vanished after her husband's body was found, and her trail went cold until Pamela Hutchinson, 59, of Bradenton, Fla., was discovered dead. Police believe the same firearm was used in the fatal shooting deaths of David Riess and Hutchinson. The woman had strained relationship with her husband as she wanted to live in Chandigarh with her relatives whereas the man identified as Joginder Singh was not willing to do so, the victim told police. "He asked how a widow could come to the office looking like this", she adds, according to TNM. Lois Riess is believed to be driving a stolen, white Accura registered in Hutchinson's name. Hutchinson's uncle told WTVR she had been shot through the heart.

Locals said they heard the pair arguing at about 10pm on Sunday evening.

It took place between 6.30pm or 7pm after the victim, a 44-year-old woman, was approached from behind by a man, while she was walking near to Airedale Heights. In fact, she refuted most of what was in the police report, describing a physically intense relationship between Metcalf and the woman that included spanking.

The murder occurred as Mrs Riess was hiding out in Florida after allegedly killing her husband in Blooming Prairie, Minnesota, last month, police say.

Hutchinson's family is asking everyone to share Riess' picture on social media, so she'll be recognized. "It's not necessarily her, or whatever, it's just evil that flowed through", Jeffreys said.

If you do not live in the Deep South, you may not be aware of the level of racism that a Black person goes through.

Marceno further informed that Riess should be considered armed and risky and she may kill someone soon again whenever she is out of money.