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Guns Found Reportedly Belonging To Carlile Murder Suspect; Home Of Business Associate Raided In North Dakota

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Detectives here in Spokane found about 20 guns reported to belong to murder suspect Timothy Suckow and now think they may have found the weapon that killed Doug Carlile. Detectives here in Spokane found about 20 guns reported to belong to murder suspect Timothy Suckow and now think they may have found the weapon that killed Doug Carlile.
SPOKANE COUNTY, Wash. -

In court documents released Wednesday, Spokane Police believe they found the weapon that killed Doug Carlile in a murder-for-hire plot.

Police say they found about 20 guns believed to be owned by Suckow on a piece of property owned by a co-worker of Suckow in north Spokane. The co-worker told police that Suckow came to him saying he was having problems with his wife and needed a place to hide his guns and ammunition. Documents say Suckow hid the guns in the garage of that co-worker. 

During a search warrant, police seized about 20 guns and believe one of them is the gun that killed Doug Carlile. 

It was also confirmed by KHQ that the FBI raided the home of Carlile's business associate, James Henrikson, in North Dakota. The FBI has not released what they found during their search. 

 

 

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