Legislation enforcement seeks public’s assist to seek out ‘particular person of curiosity’ in murder case
Legislation enforcement asks for assist from the general public after a 55-year-old lady was discovered lifeless Saturday in Bellevue, Iowa.
Shortly after 7:45 a.m. Saturday, the Jackson County Sheriff’s Workplace responded to a 911 name on the Mississippi Ridge Kennels, 31821 Freeway 52, Bellevue, Iowa. Legislation enforcement discovered Angela Prichard lifeless from an obvious gunshot wound, based on a information launch from the Iowa Division of Public Security.
Officers search the general public’s help in finding Christopher Prichard, a topic of curiosity within the investigation. Prichard is about 5’07” and weighs about 145 kilos. Clothes and car description is unknown, the discharge says.
“If the general public sees this particular person, use warning and don’t strategy,” the discharge says. Officers ask anybody who sees Prichard to name 911, the Jackson County Dispatch Heart at 319-652-3312 or the Cedar Rapids State Radio, 319-396-4414.
The joint investigation is being carried out by the Jackson County Sheriff’s Workplace, the Iowa Division of Felony Investigation, Iowa State Patrol, Bellevue Police Division and the Jackson County Medical Examiner’s Workplace, U. S. Fish and Wildlife and Jackson County Conservation.