Investigators Seek Info On T-Shirt Found In Truck

CARLTON, Minn. (AP) — Authorities are releasing more information on the shooting deaths of a couple near the northeastern Minnesota town of Cromwell.

Kim Schmitz and her boyfriend, Thomas Holm, both 53, were found dead Jan. 9 in their home just outside Cromwell. Holm’s burned pickup truck was found the night before near Saginaw, about 35 miles away.

In a statement Monday, Carlton County Sheriff Kelly Lake says a T-shirt was found in the truck. The South Pole brand shirt was dark and bore the words “Utmost Supremacy.”

The sheriff says the T-shirt is believed to be associated with the suspect or suspects. Anybody with information on it or who saw someone wearing it is asked to call the Carlton County Sheriff’s Office at 218-384-3236.

A $10,000.00 reward is being offered in the case.

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