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Person of interest sought in Virginia homicide

Anthony James Isham, 42, investigators are attempting to locate Isham as person

The Virginia Police Department is seeking the public’s help in locating a person of interest in a Homicide which occurred in Virginia earlier this week.

The St. Louis County Medical Examiner determined that Harley Joseph Jacka, 29, of Virginia, died Tuesday of homicidal violence.

Investigators are attempting to locate a person of interest in this incident.

Anthony James Isham, 42, he is Native American, 5’8”, approximately 185 lbs., with brown eyes and black and gray hair. A warrant has been issued for his arrest for a burglary from a residence in Greaney.

Items taken during the burglary were several guns, including a handgun and a vehicle described as a navy blue Chrysler Town and Country van, Minnesota license plate 627 LTT. The vehicle has not been located.

If you see Anthony Isham or the stolen vehicle, do not approach. Call the Virginia Police Department, 218-748-7511, or 911.

Denton (Denny) Newman Jr.
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