Published: Wed, April 18, 2018
Health Care | By Alice Shelton

Nationwide Hunt for 'Cold-Blooded Killer' Grandmother After Husband, Look-Alike Found Dead

Nationwide Hunt for 'Cold-Blooded Killer' Grandmother After Husband, Look-Alike Found Dead

Riess was seen in surveillance video smiling and talking with the woman, Pamela Hutchinson, who police said she'd later kill so she could steal her identity.

The video released by the Lee County Sheriff's Office shows 56-year-old Lois Riess of Bloomberg Prairie, Minnesota, talking to 59-year-old Pamela Hutchinson April 5 at the Smokin' Oyster Brewery in Fort Myers Beach.

Authorities in Minnesota began looking for Riess after March 23 when they found her husband, David Riess, 54, dead with multiple gunshot wounds.

Florida authorities said late last week that they believed Riess most recently was in the Corpus Christi area in Texas, possibly driving a auto she stole from Hutchinson, whose body was found April 9.

The Dodge County Sheriff's office and the Dodge County Attorney are preparing second-degree murder charges against Reiss for the murder of her husband David. Her identification, credit cards and auto keys were gone.

She's believed to be driving Hutchinson's white 2005 Acura TL with the Florida license plate Y37TAA.

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"It's just evil that flowed through".

She then allegedly went on the lam, stopping at Diamond Joe's Casino in Iowa to feed her gambling habit.

Anyone who has had recent contact with Riess or has any information on her whereabouts is asked to call the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension's tip line at 1-877-996-6222 or contact Southwest Florida Crime Stoppers at 1-800-780-TIPS. Hutchinson's purse was found in disarray and her keys were missing.

A nationwide search was underway Monday for a grandmother accused of murder in two states - who police said befriended a look-alike to steal her identity.

Authorities warned that, when she runs out of resources, she may kill again.

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