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Oneida County Sheriff Urging Public Help in Finding Homicide Suspect

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The Oneida County Sheriff’s Office is still looking for a homicide suspect and either of the cars he may be driving.

Christopher Terrell Anderson, 30, is a suspect in the death of Hannah Miller, 26, of Rhinelander.

Miller was found dead near River Bend Road and Highway 8 just east of Rhinelander. Sheriff Hartman said she was shot to death there.

Police say Anderson and Miller had a domestic relationship and have a child together. The child is safe with family right now.

The Sheriff’s Office is asking the public’s help in finding Anderson and both of the cars he may have access to.

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Hannah Miller, 26, was shot and killed outside of Rhinelander Wednesday Morning.

“We’re very concerned that [Anderson] will continue to commit serious violent crimes, so we would like to get him into custody as soon as humanly possible,” Sheriff Hartman said.  

Anderson sometimes goes by ‘DJ Bravo’ or ‘Bravo’. The Sheriff said they have reason to believe his hair is short or shaved unlike the photo of him.

He could be driving either a white 2005 Chrysler PT Cruiser with Minnesota license plate 187 NXC or a white 2015 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport, Wisconsin plate AJR9672. Both cars are registered to Miller.

The Sheriff’s Office is asking people to call if they see cars of those descriptions or if they see Anderson. He should not be approached as he is considered armed and dangerous.

While Miller was found on River Bend Road that isn’t heavily trafficked, the Sheriff believes someone driving along Highway 8 during that time may have seen something. If you were driving between Cty Hwy P and Hwy 17 between 10:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. on Wednesday you are asked to call Oneida County Dispatch at 715-361-5201.

Police are also asking any friends of Anderson to come forward so that police can learn more about him.

The Sheriff is also asking people in the town of Pelican area with surveillance cameras to check their videos for the vehicles.

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Anyone seeing cars matching these descriptions is asked to call the Oneida County Sheriff's Office.

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