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12/22/08

Clovis Police Seek Two For Questioning

Source by: Clovis Police Department Source by: Clovis Police Department
Source by: Clovis Police Department Source by: Clovis Police Department

Clovis authorities want to question two people in a suspicious death over the weekend, but they need your help to find them.

Fire crews discovered 54-year-old Elizabeth McAdams dead inside her burning home Saturday morning. When they removed the body, authorities discovered a large cut on McAdams neck.

Now, police want to question 27-year-old Jerry Casiano and 32-year-old Veronica Galvan. Authorities say they could be driving a 1996, 2-door, Mercury Cougar with a green vinyl roof and New Mexico license plates JMW 107.

If you know where Casiano or Galvan are or how to find them, you're urged to call the Curry County Crime Stoppers at (575) 763-7000.

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