Later they spoke with a third person who also claimed to have witnessed the incident.
Meanwhile, other YCSD investigators canvassed everyone who attended the Sewcial Compassion event at the church that evening.
Mrs. Miller also gave them permission to search the residence for evidence that might help find her husband's killer.
Other YCSD investigators talked to the victim’s neighbors to learn whether any of them recently noticed unusual persons or activity in the area.
Seeking information about the murder weapon, Detective Murphy stopped by the Happy Hunter store and spoke with its owner, an archery and bowhunting expert.
After the school day ended, the detectives went to the high school and spoke with the victim’s co-workers.
The next morning, investigators met with the choir members who were at rehearsal the night Frederick Miller was killed.
Meanwhile, Detectives Armstrong and Murphy returned to the school and spoke with Coach Lancaster during archery practice.
While there, Detective Murphy spotted the high school's custodian and asked him whether he had seen or heard anything unusual recently.
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Late that afternoon, detectives submitted a report to the case file summarizing their efforts in pursuing various leads and the results to date.
The next afternoon, the Crime Lab sent over a report on the preliminary forensic analysis of evidence collected from the crime scene.
At the end of the school day, the detectives returned to the high school to speak with Marc and Lizzie’s fellow students and team members.
That evening, investigators visited the skate park to see if they could find anyone to corroborate Lizzie’s alibi while other YCSD investigators went to a local bookstore to see if Caroline’s alibi checked out.
The next morning, the detectives reviewed a report on recent surveillance of a person of interest.