Published: Wed, April 18, 2018
Entertaiment | By Lawrence Myers

Investigators say video shows murder suspect from MN talking to future victim

Investigators say video shows murder suspect from MN talking to future victim

Lois Riess, 56, of Blooming Prairie, Minn., may look sweet and innocent, but authorities say she's a "stone-cold killer" - wanted for the shooting deaths of her husband, David, and a random stranger named Pamela Hutchinson.

"Riess's mode of operation is to befriend women who resemble her and steal their identity", Marceno said.

"Our main fear is once her resources, once she diminishes all her resources, that she will be desperate and she will commit another act of violence", he said. She's just giving to a fault. "We're trying to work through them", he said, "so it's a process right now".

Investigators said Riess murdered Hutchinson in her Marina Village condo Monday, then took her ID and vehicle and fled Southwest Florida in Hutchinson's white 2005 Acura TL with a Florida license plate Y37-TAA. The vehicle was last spotted near Corpus Christi, Texas on Sunday, April 8.

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Authorities aren't aware of any connection between the two women, but they believe Riess shot and killed Hutchinson to assume her identity.

Marceno debuted the video clip with appearances on national media outlets, including "CBS This Morning" and the "Today Show" on Monday morning in an effort to bring about Riess' capture.

"She is known to have a gambling addiction and often frequents casinos", federal officials said in a statement.

Authorities found David Riess's body inside his home with multiple gunshots. Dodge County sheriff's officials say second-degree murder charges in his death are expected in the next few days.

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"U.S. Marshals are actively involved in a national search for this risky fugitive", Marceno said during a Friday press conference.

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

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Lois Riess is asked to contact the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension's tip line at 1-877-996-6222, or 911. Callers can remain anonymous. She is said to be 5 foot 5, 165 pounds with brown eyes.

Police said that after she allegedly killed her husband, Riess made a stop at an Iowa casino.

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