ISP Launches Nationwide Search for Murder Suspect

Published 07/03 2014 03:32PM

Updated 07/03 2014 10:53PM

PAW PAW, IL - Illinois State Police investigators are working with the Rockford Police Department, U.S. Marshals and law enforcement nationwide to locate a person of interest, Terence Doddy, 36, of Rockford, who is a suspect in the murders of Tonya Bargman, 44 of Monticello, IL, on July 1 at the Willow Creek rest stop in Paw Paw, IL and Todd Hansmeier, 37, that occurred on June 30 in Rockford, IL.

ISP Investigators have obtained new surveillance video and are now releasing images of Bargman’s Gray 2013 Nissan Altima bearing Illinois registration BARGMN 2 with specific details that include a silver colored "Illini Nissan" decal located at the lower rear bumper of the vehicle.

Police also believe that Doddy may be in possession of a blue dome styled camping tent.

Police are providing an updated photo of Doddy obtained from store surveillance where Doddy is believed to be in the process of exiting a store location with several items. The store is not being named at this time, but is located in the Rockford area.

Investigators have issued law enforcement alerts nationwide and police have received numerous tips and leads from the public. Anyone with any information or sightings of the vehicle should immediately call 911.

Law enforcement officials continue to urge the public to take the necessary safety precautions when visiting rest stop areas, campgrounds and other outdoor areas during the holiday weekend.

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