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Police seeking two men in connection with murder of Marysville woman

Investigators believe Snohomish County residents Joshua Gilliam, in the lower left corner, and Ryan L. Miller, in the center, are the people in this store surveillance photo. - Courtesy Photo
Investigators believe Snohomish County residents Joshua Gilliam, in the lower left corner, and Ryan L. Miller, in the center, are the people in this store surveillance photo.
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MARYSVILLE — Marysville Police detectives continue to investigate the June 8 homicide of a 73-year-old Marysville woman, in the 7100 block of 70th Avenue.

Police have learned that credit cards belonging to the victim were used in Snohomish County during the weekend before June 8. Investigators believe Snohomish County residents Joshua Gilliam, 25, and Ryan L. Miller, 22, are the people in store surveillance photos.

Gilliam is listed as standing 5 feet 8 inches tall, and weighing approximately 200 pounds. He has sandy blonde to light brown hair, and blue eyes. Miller is described as standing 6 feet 4 inches tall, and weighing approximately 320 pounds. He has brown hair and brown eyes.

Gilliam is currently a suspect in the fraudulent use of the victim's credit cards, and investigators want to question him. Detectives also would like to determine his level of involvement, if any, in the homicide, and consider him a person of strong interest. Miller is being listed as a person of interest.

Detectives do not know the whereabouts of either subject, and request the help of the public in locating them. Should anyone have any information related to this investigation, they are being asked to contact Marysville Police detectives at 360-363-8350.


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