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Police Find Triple Homicide Suspect's Stolen Vehicle in North Spokane

SPOKANE, Wash. - A new clue was found in the ongoing investigation into a triple homicide that happened over the weekend.

Since Friday night police have been searching for the primary suspect in a triple homicide, 22-year-old Dustin Gilman, and the car he is believed to have fled the scene in, a 2007 Nissan Pathfinder. Sunday afternoon police confirmed that they found the vehicle in a parking lot at the intersection Wellesley and Monroe.

Police say they got a tip from a woman who said she saw it parked at a convenience store at the intersection. Police arrived to find the car, but Dustin Gilman was not with the vehicle. Police used a K-9 unit to try and located Gilman, but the scent was cold.

A forensic team will now go through the car in an attempt to find more clues.

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SPOKANE, Wash. - Spokane Police officers are continuing their investigation into Friday night's triple homicide, where a woman and two children were found murdered inside a home on 4400 North Whitehouse.  Area law enforcement continue their search for the suspect, 22 year old Dustin Gilman. 

Gilman fled the scene in the victim's 2007 Nissan Pathfinder, Washington license 983 WKJ.  Detectives believe Gilman may be armed with stolen firearms, including multiple handguns, hunting rifles, an SKS assault rifle with ammunition and a ballistic vest. 

Gilman is considered armed and dangerous, and if anyone has any information about his whereabouts, please call 911 immediately. 

Photos of the victim vehicle with custom wheels, as well as a generic photo of the make, model and color of the vehicle are posted on Spokane Police Department's Facebook page.  http://on.fb.me/zOH3IX 

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