It’s been more than three and a half years since Albertville was rocked by the “senseless” murder of St. Michael-Albertville Middle School West teacher Timothy Larson.
And it’s been nearly 25 years since the entire region was frozen in fear with the Jacob Wetterling abduction, a case of a missing boy that has never been solved.
Now, investigators are wondering if there could be a connection.
According to Fox 9 News in the Twin Cities, interviews have been conducted with the two men responsible for murdering Timothy Larson on that fateful October day in 2011.
Delbert and Timothy Huber argued with Larson over $50 and the timing of some chores. After that argument, Delbert Huber pulled the trigger of an antique rifle and shot Larson in the chest, killing him instantly.
According to Fox 9, both men were looked at during the Wetterling investigation 25 years ago — but why? That’s not clear, but the sketch of the Wetterling suspect from a convenience store clerk does bear a striking resemblance to Delbert Huber.
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