Video Shows "Cold-Blooded Murderer" Talking to Her Future Victim, Police Say

18 April, 2018, 03:25 | Author: Stuart Potter
  • Family says woman was murdered by friend who stole her identity to hide from police

Taken at a happy hour on April 5 at the Smokin' Oyster Brewery in Fort Myers, the video shows Lois Riess, of Blooming Prairie, Minnesota, talking to a woman police later identified as 59-year-old Pamela Hutchinson, of Bradenton.

- The Lee County Sheriff's Office has released surveillance video showing a murder suspect talking to a woman at a bar in Fort Myers who would later become a murder victim.

Florida authorities said late last week that they believed Riess most recently was in the Corpus Christi area in Texas, possibly driving a vehicle she stole from Hutchinson, whose body was found April 9. "She's a really friendly, easy, approachable person".

Sheriff Rose said charges still have not been filed in the Dodge County case, but he expects them to within the next few days.

Anyone who has had any recent contact with Lois Riess or who has any information on her whereabouts is urged to contact the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension Tip-line at 1-877-996-6222.

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Authorities don't believe the women knew each other, but that Riess killed Hutchinson earlier this week to assume her identity. Police say the same gun was used in both slayings.

"It's just evil that flowed through".

NBC News reported Riess had a gambling addiction. Hutchinson's purse was found in disarray and her keys were missing.

"Riess' mode of operation is to befriend women who resemble her and to steal their identity", Bio said at a press conference on Friday.

On the "Today" broadcast, Marceno said that Riess will run out of money and could possibly kill again.

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