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Police still searching for answers in triple slaying

Updated: Friday, May 2 2014, 05:40 PM EDT

By: Crissy Clutter and NEWS9


West Virginia State Police continue to search for the person/persons responsible for a triple slaying in Littleton, West Virginia.

On Jan. 14 three people were killed in what first appeared to be a fire, but troopers now say it's much more.

Jimmy Kisner, 48, of Aleppo, Pa. was found stabbed outside the mobile home. Michael McDougal, 63, and his wife Carmen, 55, were also found dead inside their home. Police are not yet releasing their causes of death.

Sgt. J.E. Shriver, with the West Virginia State Police Hundred Detachment said officers are unsure of whom the actual target was or if all three victims were targeted.

"People in town were worried and scared for months, but we believe it was isolated to those specific people," said Shriver.

This is not the first incident reported at this mobile home.

Shriver said Nicholas Spencer, 31, was shot several times, but survived in July 2012. Spencer is now in a Massachusetts jail on unrelated charges.

Shriver said although unrelated, because of the slayings, they're close to making an arrest in that case.

"Through the course of this homicide investigation we have three-four persons of interest now that are from the Pennsylvania area," said Shriver.

Shriver said police are also not sure if the triple homicide is drug-related.

"People have been arrested leaving that residence for simple possession, but we really don't know," said Shriver.

Police are offering a reward for the arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible.

If you have any information you are urged to contact them at 304-775-4488.

Police still searching for answers in triple slaying

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