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Teens Wanted in Connection with Homicide Investigation

Okanogan Country Radio

Oct 06, 2014

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A Riverside man was found dead Sunday night, and Law Enforcement is now looking for two teenagers suspected killing him.

Okanogan County Sheriff Frank Rogers said his deputies responded to a home outside of Riverside around 6:25pm, where they found the body of 39-year-old Patrick M. Alltus.

Rogers said, at this time they are treating it as a murder investigation.  He said, “We are not putting out what we found at the scene at this time so that investigators have time to process the scene.” He said, “It is evident that there was a lot of violence at the scene but we are not sure of exact cause of death for Alltus.”

Deputies are looking for two teenagers who were living at the residence. At this time Alltus’ pickup and the two teenagers are missing. Rogers said the vehicle is listed as stolen, and we are looking for the two teenagers for questioning.

The Sheriff said the two may be armed with a shotgun and pistol. He said, “We are not sure when the homicide occurred but we learned this morning that the two teenagers and vehicle were contacted by Oregon Law Enforcement on October 1st.” He said, “Detectives are working with Oregon Law Enforcement to determine the possible location where the two were headed.”

Officials are  looking for a 2004 Gray Ford F250 Pickup, Washington license C90793A.

The two teenagers we are looking for are;

Parker M. Bachtold, 16 years of age 6’0” 220 pounds, Blue Eyes and Brown Hair

Shalin E. Alltus, 16 years of age. 5’01”, 125 pounds with Green Eyes and Multicolored Hair

If you see the vehicle or the two teenagers please call your local law enforcement or the Okanogan County Sheriff’s Office at 509-422-7232.


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