Dodge County Woman Now Sought in Connection to Minnesota, Florida Murders

Police are looking for 56-year-old Lois Riess as a person of interest in her husband's murder

The Blooming Prairie, Minnesota woman wanted in the shooting death of her husband is now a suspect in a Florida murder.

Lois Riess, 56, is wanted for the murder of Pamela Hutchinson, 59, who investigators say was targeted because they look alike.

Riess is now desired for felony theft, but police in Dodge County, Minnesota state she is the sole suspect in the death of her partner, David Riess, who died of multiple gunshot wounds at his residence March 23.

Riess became a suspect in Hutchinson's murder after authorities in Florida this week found a white 2005 Cadillac Escalade that Riess was believed to have been driving after her husband's death.

During the conference, Rose said that investigators believe that the gun that was used to kill Hutchinson may have been the same gun used to kill David Riess, 54. State community and federal researchers in Florida have observed tens of thousands of hours of surveillance video in a try to monitor Lois Riess, and think she is somewhere near Corpus Christi, Texas. Riess than allegedly fled to Florida, where she was hiding out in Fort Myers Beach. Researchers additional Lois Riess doesn't need authority for account. The partner said no one at work had seen David Riess in over two weeks.

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Law enforcement officers found David Riess' body inside the home later that evening.

Authorities were unable to find his wife, but a tip led them to the Diamond Jo Casino off Interstate 35 just across the border in Northwood, Iowa, on March 24.

Riess's crime spree began March 23 in Blooming Prairie.

Throughout the three-week investigation, Sheriff Rose has said that Lois Riess was known to "frequent casinos". It was unclear how long he had been dead, Rose said.

Investigators believe Riess may have killed Hutchinson earlier this week in order to assume her identity. Anyone who's had any recent contact with Lois or any information on her whereabouts is urged to contact the Dodge County Sheriff's Office at 507-635-6200. Authorities warn that she is considered armed and extremely risky. Callers can remain anonymous.