Nearly two weeks after two U.S. Coast Guard employees were shot to death at a communications station in Kodiak, Alaska, there still have been no arrests, and the FBI continues to say little about the inquiry into the killings.
But agents are now seeking the public’s help in learning more about two vehicles that may have been used in the April 12 shootings. Over the weekend, the FBI released photos of a white 2002 Dodge Ram pickup and a blue 2001 Honda CRV.
The vehicles “may have been used in connection with the recent double homicide on Kodiak Island,” the agency said in a statement. “Authorities are asking anyone who personally observed either of these vehicles at any time on Thursday, 04/12/2012, or before noon on Friday, 04/13/2012, traveling on Rezanof Road, Anton Larson Road, near the State Airport or the Coast Guard Communications Station, to please call the FBI.”
FBI spokesman Darrin Jones declined to say to whom the vehicles are registered, where they were last seen or why they may be connected to the shootings.