The search for Lois Riess continues to intensify.
Electronic billboards with Riess’ image will be used in Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, California, and Nevada to assist in the fugitive search for a woman accused of killing her husband in Blooming Prairie, Minnesota, before allegedly shooting a woman in Florida who shared a resemblance.
A reward of $6,000 is now being offered to anyone with information that leads to an arrest of Riess
Related: The search for Lois Riess.
She is being sought in connection to the March murder of her husband, David Riess, and to the April murder of Pamela Hutchinson.
Riess, 56, of Blooming Prairie, was last seen Sunday, about 50 miles from Corpus Christi, Texas, heading south on Highway 77, Deputy US Marshal John Kinsey told CNN.
She is known to have a gambling addiction and often frequents casinos, which accounts for her nickname among local police, according to the US Marshals Service.
Riess is believed to be driving Hutchinson’s vehicle, a white Acura LT last seen with Florida license plate Y37TAA.
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