Published: Wed, April 18, 2018
Medical | By Jackie Banks

Video captures MN murder suspect and her alleged victim

Video captures MN murder suspect and her alleged victim

"She's very friendly and outgoing", Woelk said.

Lee County Undersheriff Carmine Marceno says that although Riess "may look like anyone's mother or grandmother, she's an absolute cold-blooded murderer".

Riess, 56, of Blooming Prairie is accused of killing her husband in Minnesota and later a woman in Florida. David owned and operated a farm for fishing bait - Prairie Wax Worms.

Anyone who sees Reiss is urged to call 911, and anyone with information on her whereabouts is urged to call the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension or Florida authorities.

Dodge County sheriff's officials say second-degree murder charges in his death are expected in the next few days. It was unclear how long he'd been dead. "Lois Riess then withdraws the funds at the local casino". Police suspect she forged her dead husband's signature before his body was found, transferred almost $10,000 into her account, and headed to a casino across the Iowa border.

Riess is considered armed and unsafe and should not be approached.

From Iowa, police believe, Riess drove to Lee County, Florida. - A nationwide search is underway for a Minnesota woman accused of killing her husband and a 59-year-old woman in two different states.

"She befriended this woman".

Hutchinson's family tells WTVR that she was a generous and trusting person. Another surveillance camera photographed Riess at the building. She had been shot in the heart, Jeffreys said.

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The dead woman's purse had been emptied out, sheriff's investigators said.

Riess is also wanted on felony theft charges for allegedly transferring close to $10,000 from a bank account for her husband's business to another of his personal accounts before forging his signature on three checks totaling $11,000. So was her vehicle.

Murder suspect Lois Riess.

Authorities says Reiss left southwest Florida and traveled to corpus Christi, Texas. They stayed in touch with her via Facebook, where she posted photos of her relaxing stay.

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.

"It's just evil that flowed through".

And he worries it won't be the last.

"As her resources go away she may become more desperate and God forbid may strike again", said Marceno.

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