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May 16 2012
FBI Looking For Gun Connected to ComSta Murders PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 16 May 2012

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            The FBI is asking for help in locating the gun they believe was used to murder Petty Officer 1st Class James Hopkins and retired Coast Guard Chief Petty Officer Richard Belisle last month at the Coast Guard Communications Station.

            Investigators want to speak with anyone who might have sold or traded a .44-caliber revolver in the last year, specifically a Smith and Wesson model 29, a Smith and Wesson model 629 or a .44 magnum Taurus model. FBI Spokesperson Eric Gonzales says the agency is looking statewide for information that will lead them to the murder weapon.

            The FBI has contacted local gun dealers and questioned several people who had booths at a gun show in March. Two weeks ago the Coast Guard Investigative Service recruited over 120 members of the community to search for the weapon along Anton Larsen Bay road and in an area in Bell's Flats.

            Officials have been tight-lipped about the investigation. A suspect has yet to be identified; however the FBI has assured Kodiak residents that they're safe.

            Anyone with information is asked to contact the FBI at 1-800-CALL-FBI.

 
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