State Police Searching for Witnesses in Double Homicide Case

Contributor: Lance Vaught
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Updated: 4/25 5:41 pm
Troopers need help from the public in tracking down possible witnesses to Monday's double homicide of a mother and her daughter in Nelson County.

According to WHAS11, State Police are looking for a dark Ford F-350 or F-450 flatbed pickup pulling a cattle trailer, a 2006 or newer, four door, black Chevrolet Impala and a mid to late 1990s red, step side Ford Ranger.

Reporters at WHAS were told by KSP that the people inside these vehicles could have seen something related to the murders, as all three vehicles were spotted in the Botland area on Monday night.

If anyone has any information about the vehicles pictured, call Kentucky State Police Post 4 in Elizabethtown at (270) 766-5078.
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