Minnesota woman allegedly commits double murder, steals woman's identity

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Police were called with gunshot wounds and observed Hutchinson dead, and to an area of Fort Myers Beach on Monday.

Jennifer, her wife Sarah and three of their children were found dead after their auto plunged into the Pacific Ocean March 26.

They consider Riess shot and killed Hutchinson to believe her own individuality, although police are not mindful of any relationship between the two girls.

"Detectives have reviewed hundreds of hours of video, and traveled throughout the state and collected hundreds of items for forensic examination", Lee County Undersheriff Carmine Marceno said at a press conference. "Her current whereabouts are unknown".

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Reiss' plan, investigators say, was to steal the woman's identity. "U.S. Marshals are actively engaged at a federal search for this unsafe fugitive".

The U.S. Marshals Service is now searching for Reiss and she is considered armed and unsafe.

Riess is also wanted in the March death of her husband, David Riess. Prosecutors are now preparing murder expenses at this situation. Minnesota's Dodge County Sheriff Scott Rose said Friday that authorities believe the same gun was used in both killings. The search remains ongoing and anyone with information can contact the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension Tip Line at 877-966-6222. The partner said no one at work had seen David Riess in over two weeks.

Authorities said on the night of April 8, 2018 at approximately 7.45pm they responded to a 'report of a deceased female in a vehicle located on a dirt road extending south off of South Gaines Street in Southern Pines.