Detectives acquire rare knife for tests in 2013 murder case

Someone responded to a public request to borrow a knife like that used in a woman’s stabbing death.

Detectives heard from who owns this make and model of knife. (Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office)

Detectives heard from who owns this make and model of knife. (Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office)

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