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Police ID Suspect in I-39 Death, Rockford Killing

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PAW PAW, Ill. (AP) — Illinois State Police now say a man wanted in the killing of a Rockford insurance agent is now also a suspect in the death of a woman at a highway rest stop.

State Police said Thursday that they consider 36-year-old Terrence Doddy of Rockford a suspect in the Tuesday killing of 44-year-old Tonya Bargman of Monticello at a rest stop in Interstate 39 near Paw Paw in north-central Illinois.

Authorities said a warrant was issued earlier this week for Doddy’s arrest in connection with the Monday killing of 37-year-old Rockford insurance salesman Todd Hansmeier. Hansmeier was found dead of head and neck injuries at a Rockford business.

State Police said surveillance video from the rest stop showed a man attacking Bargman as she left a restroom.

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