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Michigan Homicide Suspect’s Vehicle Found in Maine

Harold "Butch" Knight remains on the loose and is considered armed and dangerous

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A vehicle belonging to a Michigan man wanted in connection with the death of his wife has been found in Maine.

Police say the snow-covered Subaru Forester belonging to 66-year-old Harold "Butch" Knight was found last weekend in the parking lot of a Walmart in Farmington.

Its Michigan license plates had been removed and it may have there for weeks.

Police also released surveillance video from the store that shows the white-haired Knight with dyed hair and mustache and wearing camouflage coveralls.

Knight and his wife, Sara Lee Knight, lived in Maine for several years.

Michigan police have issued a murder arrest warrant for Knight, for allegedly strangling his wife at their home in Fennville, Michigan.

Knight remains on the loose and is considered armed and dangerous.

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