WASHINGTON — Alexandria, Va. police say they’re actively searching a body of water in Virginia looking for any evidence in an unsolved murder.
For the better part of a week, investigators have searched a Fairfax County pond for evidence in the murder of Alexandria music teacher Ruthanne Lodato, say police.
They are working with the FBI on the search.
Investigators were out at the pond on Tuesday and part of Wednesday morning.
The pond sits behind the home of Charles Severance’s parents. Severance, who is fighting extradition to Virginia from West Virginia on unrelated gun charges, is wanted for questioning by Alexandria police in connection with the three unsolved murders of Nancy Dunning, Ron Kirby and Lodato.