Video captures MN murder suspect and her alleged victim

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Newly released surveillance video shows a woman in a Florida bar smiling and talking with a fellow patron whom police say she later killed so she could steal her identity.

Over the weekend, local law enforcement released surveillance video showing Riess talking to Pamela Hutchinson, 59, at the Smokin' Oyster Brewery on April 5th.

Florida investigators say 56-year-old Lois Riess targeted one victim because she looked like her.

Riess is believed to be driving Hutchinson's vehicle, a white Acura TL, last seen with Florida license plate Y37-TAA.

The Lee County Sheriff's Office warned Riess' motive of operation is to "befriend women who resemble her and steal their identity".

Her current whereabouts are unknown and Marceno warned people not to approach Riess, who should be considered armed and unsafe.

The Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension has announced it is preparing second-degree murder charges over the death of Riess' husband. Her identification, credit cards and auto keys were gone.

Riess, who is considered armed and unsafe, is believed to be driving Hutchinson's white Acura TL with a Florida license plate of Y37TAA.

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In a report from CBS Minnesota, "Police went to the couple's residence in Blooming Prairie and discovered (her husband) dead inside the home".

From Iowa, police believe, Riess drove to Lee County, Florida.

Authorities also have said they suspect that after David Riess was killed, his wife transferred almost $10,000 from his business account into his personal account and then forged his signature on three checks to herself for $11,000.

NBC News reported Riess had a gambling addiction.

Surveillance footage caught her leaving Hutchinson's home and allegedly taking her vehicle.

Anyone with information is asked to call 911 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-780-TIPS.

"It's just evil that flowed through".

Authorities warned that, when she runs out of resources, she may kill again.

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