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Appomattox man wanted for murdering his wife

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Appomattox County Sheriff Barry Letterman says the department is investigating a murder.

It happened at 4:30 p.m. at the Quik-E gas station on Court Street in Appomattox County.

According to Sheriff Letterman they are looking for Aubrey Evans III, 69 for shooting his estranged wife 45-year-old Laura Woody Evans.

Laura Woody Evans was sitting in her car at the Quik-E mart when she was shot.

Right now they aren’t sure of Evans whereabouts.

Evans is wanted for first-degree murder, shooting in an occupied vehicle and use of a firearm in commission with a felony.

If you have any information contact the Appomattox Sheriff’s Department at (434)352-2666.

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