Spokane police investigators are seeking information about a distinctive orange sleeping bag found near the scene of a homicide that occurred more than a year ago.
The body of 20-year-old Kala Williams was found on May 13, 2012, in a wooded area near West 14th Avenue and South Lindeke Street in southwest Spokane. Near the body, detectives found an orange sleeping bag with a plaid-orange interior.
Williams was reported missing April 2, 2012, and her body was found more than a month later.
Anyone with information about the sleeping bag is asked to call Det. Mark Burbridge at (509) 625-4262. People who pass along information can remain anonymous, spokeswoman Monique Cotton said in a news release.
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