Transcript for Urgent manhunt for man suspected of killing his wife
Now to that urgent manhunt in North Carolina. A husband wanted in the killing of his wife. After questioning by police, he disappeared. ABC's erielle reshef is here with more. Erielle, good morning. Reporter: Good morning to you guys. Police say Lynn keel was the last person to see his wife, Diana, alive. Authorities now searching for answers in her murder as they are examining the death of his first wife more than a decade ago. This morning, the manhunt intensifying for the north Carolina husband authorities say killed his wife in cold blood. Then took off. There is a killer on the loose, and we're doing everything we can. Reporter: 57-year-old Lynn keel last seen Thursday, now considered armed and dangerous. Questioned by police, then released the day Diana keel's body was discovered in a heavily wooded area. 30 miles from their home. Do you believe your wife is okay? Reporter: The 38-year-old emergency room nurse and mother of two, reported missing by her daughter on March 9th. Friends and family mourning the sudden loss. She was such a sweet, sweet friend. Reporter: Lynn believed to be driving a silver 1998 pickup truck like this one. Family reportedly telling authorities the pair's marriage was on the rocks, and Diana wanted out, but Lynn had threatened her. We have got to remember not only is this a homicide investigation, but we have got a 10-year-old kid without a mother now. Reporter: And now new questions surrounding the mysterious death of Lynn's first wife, Elizabeth after she allegedly fell at their home in 2006. At the time, ruled an accident. Investigators confirming to ABC news in the wake of Diana's murder, they are reviewing details of Elizabeth's case. Well, now keel faces a first-degree murder charge in Diana's death. Authorities are asking anyone who may have video footage from the area where Diana was discovered to contact the sheriff's office. All right, erielle. Thank you.
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