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Police Monitor Suspicious Activity Near Grant Creek Shooting Site

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MISSOULA - Missoula Police said they're investigating suspicious activity at Markus Kaarma and Janelle Pflager's home.

Detectives said on Tuesday night, Pflager notified the police an unknown man approached their house and rang the doorbell multiple times.

Investigators said when a patrol car arrived, the male had already left and officers couldn't locate the man.

Police said they're also investigating multiple, international death threats Kaarma and Pflager have received this week.

Kaarma's attorney said the couple has been afraid to leave their home since receiving the death threats.

Police said a patrol car is now circling the Deer Canyon neighborhood.
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