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For this story, I am participating in the A to Z Blogging Challenge. I felt that this was a really good opportunity for me to not only express my creativity, but challenge myself to building a very long story that could be cut up into multiple parts. And for it all to make sense! So if you want to follow along with other blog posts in the challenge, check the hashtag #AtoZchallenge to follow along.
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K is for Killer
Killer on the Loose
All of Springstone county needs to be on the lookout for a convicted killer. Aspen Thompson, murderer of Jacob Barstow, has been missing from prison for 5 days now. She made her escape from Springstone State Prison along with 8 other inmates who have all been recovered.
This dangerous criminal is out and about in the streets. Authorities are saying that everyone needs to be even more aware now that Thompson is on the streets. Only leave your house if absolutely necessary and don’t take any unnecessary trips out. No one knows where Thompson is or how dangerous she is, but authorities can assume she will kill again if the chance comes up.
There is no doubt that she has connections on the outside. She has stayed hidden for the 5 days that she has been outside the prison and two officers have spotted her. Thompson was spotted entered Angeles Furniture on 2nd street, but when officers entered the store she was no where to be seen. None of the employees had seen her enter or exit the store, meaning that she had escaped yet again.
If you have seen Aspen Thompson or know of her whereabouts please contact your local police. We do not need a convicted murderer roaming the streets while we are all trying to live our lives. Please report anything to the authorities.
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