Phoenix Woman Murdered. Suspect May be Driving Her Car
The Phoenix Police Department is asking the public's help in tracking down the person who murdered a Phoenix woman in her home yesterday. The suspect, police say, may be driving around in the victim's car.
About 4 p.m. yesterday, Phoenix police were called to a house in the 28600 blockof North 46th Place regarding "unknown trouble."
When they got there, officers found 62-year-old Anne Marie Simenson with obvious signs of trauma. She later died.
Simenson lived in the home with her current boyfriend, who police say is not currently considered a suspect in the murder.
Cops also discovered that Simenson's car was taken, and authorities believe whoever took the car may be involved, or witnessed, the murder.
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The car is described as a red 2005 Toyota Solera convertible with a black top and Arizona plate number C9590.
If you've seen the car, call the cops -- but don't approach the occupants, they could be dangerous.
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