Florida police are looking for a woman suspected of killing her husband and a woman bearing a similar resemblance in order to steal her identity.
In a seven-second video clip released on Monday, filmed at the Smokin' Oyster Brewery on 5 April, Mrs Reiss is purported to be shown wearing a light blue shirt while chatting with the victim.
Police say the incident happened at a home in the 100 block of Farris Court in Raleigh.
Radcliff Police say he also sexually assaulted and sodomized her, and that she, "engaged in sexual intercourse with him out of fear of being further harmed".
Marceno further informed that Riess should be considered armed and risky and she may kill someone soon again whenever she is out of money. Police in Fort Myers Beach, Florida, identified Riess as a suspect in Hutchinson's death.
Investigators in Florida said Hutchinson was murdered by a woman who is now the subject of a nationwide manhunt. Lois Reiss vanished after her husband's body was found, and her trail went cold until Pamela Hutchinson, 59, of Bradenton, Fla., was discovered dead. Rose said U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials have her information and the license plate number for Hutchinson's stolen Acura sedan. The deputies said that she used the same weapon to commit both the murders!
Florida authorities Riess is wanted for murder, grand theft of a motor vehicle, and theft of a person's identity.
"Ms. Hutchinson's purse was found to be in disarray and all cash, credit cards and identification appeared to be removed", Lee County Undersheriff Carmine Marceno said. He said that Reiss has a "gambling problem" and "financial problems". In fact, she refuted most of what was in the police report, describing a physically intense relationship between Metcalf and the woman that included spanking.
Riess is the mother of three adult children as well as a grandmother, Dodge County Sheriff Scott Rose told ABC News.