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Police believe a car could be key to solving a murder mystery in Glenarden, Md. The body of 48-year-old Keith Watson was found Monday inside a business he owned. Prince George's County Bureau Chief Tracee Wilkins talked to Watson's wife and has the latest on the investigation.
UPDATE: Police recovered the victim's car late Wednesday in Landover. It had been abandoned and is being processed for evidence.
Police believe a car could be key to solving a murder in Glenarden, Md.
The body of 48-year-old Keith Watson was found Monday inside an auto body repair shop he owned the past five years.
Detectives are looking for Watson's car, which may have been taken during the slaying. It is a 2004 black Audi A6 with Maryland tags 01524CE.
“It’s a relatively quiet area, but in the last few years, maybe the last year or so, there have been a lot of break-ins and robberies, and he even had the Audi broken into where they stole his laptop and other things out of the trunk, so there’s been some things going on,” his wife, Vida, said.
They were to celebrate their 15th wedding anniversary in March.
“He wants to be buried in Jamaica,” Vida Watson said. “He always talked about that. I just want to get him home.”
Anyone with information is urged to call Crime Solvers at 1-866-411-TIPS.