Woman’s killing still under investigation

BOTHELL — The killing of a Bothell woman in February remains under investigation.

Detectives still are following up on leads in the death of Susann Smith, 37, police said Tuesday. She was found bludgeoned and stabbed Feb. 12 in her home.

“They’re still actively working this case,” Bothell police Sgt. Ken Seuberlich said.

The investigation so far has focused on Smith’s estranged husband, court papers show.

Police have distributed fliers in Smith’s neighborhood several times asking for anyone with information to come forward. They don’t believe anyone else in the neighborhood is in danger, Seuberlich said. Detectives have declined to share additional details at this point in the investigation.

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