Man Accused in 'Mercy Killing' of Wife Goes Missing

Arizona authorities say Howard Rudolph, 79, removed his electronic monitoring bracelet while on house arrest.
0:33 | 04/15/14

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The suspect in a mercy killing case in Arizona is now missing police believe he's on the run. After cutting off his ankle bracelet 79 year old Howard Rudolph seen here at a prior hearing did not show up for court appearance yesterday. He's been under house arrest since the death of his wife last August she was found shot to death -- their home investigators think Rudolph intended to kill himself. After shooting her a note was found in the home with instructions on how to handle their bodies and the state.

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