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After leaving Florida, cops believe she drove 1,300 miles along the gulf coast to Louisiana and remains in Corpus Christi, Texas. Riess' 2005 Cadillac Escalade that was snowy was discovered abandoned at a Florida park.

After shooting and killing Hutchinson in the Fort Myers area, police say Riess stole her cash, credit cards, ID, and vehicle.

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

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Riess is wanted in Florida for murder, grand theft of expansive theft and the motor vehicle and criminal use of personal identification. Her current whereabouts are unknown. She said her family earlier lived in Sultanpuri, and she befriended a man from the neighbourhood. "Riess is considered armed and risky and should not be approached if located". Prosecutors are now preparing murder expenses at this situation. Investigators believe the same firearm was used in both shootings.

Riess has been on the run since at least late March, after David Riess's business partner called Dodge County authorities on March 23 to ask them to check on him. The spouse said no body in the office had found David Riess in above a couple of weeks.

After allegedly killing her hubby, Riess forged her husband's signature to swipe $11,000 from his bank account and headed to a casino in Iowa.