CROMWELL, Minn. (WCCO) — Authorities are seeking information from the public to help identify the suspects involved in an alleged double homicide from Sunday.
The Carlton County Sheriff’s Office is offering a $10,000 reward for information that could lead to the arrest of individuals involved in the Cromwell murders.
The two victims, Kim Brown Schmitz and her long-time boyfriend Thomas Harold Holm, were found dead at their residence at 5158 Krogh Road in Cromwell.
Holm’s vehicle, a 1999 red Chevy Silverado pickup, was found on the 7700 block of Albert Road near the towns of Brookston and Saginaw, after it allegedly went missing from the couple’s home.
Police say the vehicle had been burned.
Officials say they do not have any suspects in mind at this time, but are fairly certain that they are looking for more than one person. The Carlton County Sheriff said they’re working on a few leads but cannot give any details at this time.
Those with information regarding this case is asked to contact the Carlton County Sheriff’s Office at (218) 384-3236.