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Truck matching suspect vehicle in microbiologist killing spotted (3 years later?)

 
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Truck matching suspect vehicle in microbiologist killing spotted (3 years later?)
Someone calls in 3 years after the fact with a tip on a n average looking truck that is supposedly involved in the microbioloist murder? Huh?

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Truck matching suspect vehicle in microbiologist killing spotted




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Columbia police received a call this afternoon about a vehicle matching the description of a suspect truck in the January 2005 killing of University of Missouri research professor Jeong Im.

Police received a call at about 5:22 p.m. today about a maroon Ford pickup truck heading eastbound on Vandiver Drive near the Bass Pro Shop, 3100 Vandiver Drive. The caller told police that the vehicle matched the description investigators released to the public and that the truck looked like it had been painted.

The caller told police that the driver was a white male. No other information was provided.

Investigators have been looking for the owner or driver of a faded red, 1980s model Ford F-150 pickup with a faded black driverís side door and a damaged front bumper and driverís side rear-quarter panel. The pickup had a light gray or tan camper shell with tinted windows, but police warned that the shell could have since been removed and the damage to the pickup repaired.

The body of the 72-year-old microbiologist was found in the trunk of his burning 1995 Honda Accord on Jan. 7, 2005, about two hours after he left work that morning at University Hospital.

After the fire was put out, Im's body was found in the trunk. He had been stabbed multiple times in the chest.


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