May 5, 2012 in News

Police seek information on evidence in stabbing

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Spokane police are seeking information about possible evidence in the slaying of Sharlotte McGill.

Major Crimes detectives want to speak to anyone who knows about a car battery stolen within a few days prior to Thursday from the area of 1800 E. South Riverton at about 8 a.m.

The battery was located at the scene of attack on McGill, 55, who was stabbed repeatedly by a stranger while she walked her dog on a trail along the Spokane River.

Police think the battery may be associated with the perpetrator. Please contact Crimestoppers at 800-233-TIPS with any information.

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