Gentry link sought

Police seeking to tie Arizona evidence to Gentry crime

Wednesday, September 8, 2010

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Police are not identifying a piece of evidence found at the Arizona campsite which could link John McCluskey, 45, and Casslyn Welch, 44, to the Aug. 11 robbery of the Gentry Kut and Kurl salon.

“There is a piece of evidence recovered by the FBI that we are interested in,” Gentry Police Chief Keith Smith saidon Thursday, “but it’s only circumstantial and nothing we could go to trial with unless fingerprints or touch DNA ties it to the Gentry crime.”

Smith said his department is contacting the FBI to see about sending fingerprints from workers at the Kut and Kurl in the hope those fingerprints could tie the recovered evidence to the Gentry salon.

“Without fingerprints or DNA evidence ...

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