The sheriff's office in Lee County, Florida said a Minnesota fugitive wanted for the murder of her husband is also responsible for a murder on Fort Myers Beach this week. Authorities say she may have targeted Hutchinson because the two women looked alike.
Riess is believed to have killed her husband, David Riess, in Blooming Prairie last month.
Riess is considered armed and unsafe, so she should not be approached. Those charges are expected to be filed within the next couple days. Her identification, credit cards and vehicle keys were gone.
Investigators said Riess murdered Hutchinson in her Marina Village condo Monday, then took her ID and auto and fled Southwest Florida in Hutchinson's white 2005 Acura TL with a Florida license plate Y37-TAA.
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Authorities say Riess, a grandmother and mother of three, has a history of gambling addiction problems.
Concerned that David Riess had not been seen in more than a week, the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension reported, one of his business partners asked police to look for him.
Police believe Riess killed both victims with the same gun, and may still have it. Her current whereabouts are unknown.
Surveillance footage caught her leaving Hutchinson's home and allegedly taking her vehicle.
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A Minnesota woman who is wanted in connection with her husband's death is now a suspect in the killing of a Florida woman. "U.S. During the investigation, authorities learned that Lois Riess may have been at Diamond Joe's Casino in Iowa.
"It was just evil", Jeffreys said.
She had left Iowa by the time police tracked her there in late March, the BCA said.
Authorities also have said they suspect that after David Riess was killed, his wife transferred almost $10,000 from his business account into his personal account and then forged his signature on three checks to herself for $11,000.
"Riess's mode of operation is to befriend women who resemble her and steal their identity", Undersheriff Carmine Marceno said.
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Authorities warned that, when she runs out of resources, she may kill again.