May 5, 2012 in News
Police seek information on evidence in stabbing
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.