FBI Resume Search of Israel Keyes Property

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by Associated Press
by Whitney LB Miller

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) - Federal authorities are again searching the home of Israel Keyes, accused in the abduction and murder of an Anchorage barista.
   
The FBI executed the federal search warrant Tuesday at the home. Multiple agents were seen with a camera, a ladder and metal detector. The dead-end street was blocked off.
   
Assistant U.S. Attorney Kevin Feldis said the search warrant was sealed and wouldn't provide further details.
   
The 34-year-old Keyes is charged in the kidnapping and death of Samantha Koenig. She was last seen at the coffee stand where she worked Feb. 1. The FBI contends Keyes killed her less than a day later. Her body was recovered April 2 from an ice-covered lake north of the city. Keyes was arrested March 11 in Texas.

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Strange said on Wednesday, Oct 24 at 7:48 AM

Did you actually use the line "The Anchorage Daily News and KTUU reported agents were seen with a camera, a ladder and metal detector."? You do know that you are a news outlet yourself right? Now tell me, why shouldn't we just watch KTUU and cut out the middle man, which is you?

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