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Topic - Lindsay Godwin
Digital billboards along the East Coast from Georgia to Maryland are displaying photographs of a slaying suspect from the D.C. area and a missing girl authorities say could be with him.
A woman was arrested in Ohio on Sunday after a bomb threat that grounded flights at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, FBI officials said.
FBI spokeswoman Lindsay Godwin said Thursday the agency is "casting a wide net" in looking for 51-year-old Kahlil Malik Tatum, who is charged with killing his wife in Maryland.
"We think that they are related," FBI spokeswoman Lindsay Godwin said.