The Kansas Bureau of Investigation and Ottawa County Sheriff are asking for help finding a 2006 Ford pickup connected to the suspicious death of Matthew Schoshke, 35, of Tescott, Kan.
The Kansas Bureau of Investigation and Ottawa County Sheriff are asking for help finding a 2006 Ford pickup connected to the suspicious death of Matthew Schoshke, 35, of Tescott, Kan. File illustration The Star
The Kansas Bureau of Investigation and Ottawa County Sheriff are asking for help finding a 2006 Ford pickup connected to the suspicious death of Matthew Schoshke, 35, of Tescott, Kan. File illustration The Star

Suspicious death in central Kansas has KBI, sheriff looking for Ford pickup

August 13, 2017 08:37 AM

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