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$6,000 Reward Being Offered for Information on Suspected Murderer Lois Riess

The U.S. Marshal Service and Florida CrimeStoppers have come together to offer a $6,000 reward to anyone with information on Lois Riess.

A reward of $6,000 is now being offered to anyone with solid information on the whereabouts of suspected murderer Lois Riess.

She is believed to have murdered 59-year-old Pamela Hutchinson in a Fort Myers Beach condo in early April. Lois stole Pamela’s license, credit card, and 2005 white Acura with Florida license plate Y37TAA.

Lois is also a person of interest in the March murder of her husband in Minnesota. Officials in Dodge County have also charged her with grand theft.

Riess was last spotted north of Corpus Christi, Texas late last week. Authorities have notified border patrol and are putting up billboards in four states.

The Lee County Sheriff’s Office has a warrant for her arrest that includes charges of Second Degree Murder, ID Theft, Grand Theft, and Grand Theft Auto.

If you have information, contact your local U.S. Marshals Service office, local law enforcement or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-780 TIPS (8477).