Update 1:30 p.m. Feb. 22: Bothell Police continue to pursue all leads in this homicide investigation, they said in a news release today. Detectives obtained and served a search warrant on the victim’s estranged husband. He is considered a person of interest at this time. No arrests have been made and anyone who may have information they feel may be helpful in this investigation is encouraged to call the Bothell Police Department tip line at 425-487-5551.
Update 12:30 p.m. Feb. 15: The woman found dead in her home Tuesday has been identified. Susann Smith, 37, of Bothell, died of head injuries, according to the Snohomish County Medical Examiner's Office. They said the manner of death was homicide.
"I still don't have any suspect information or information about any weapon used," said Bothell Police Department spokesman Sgt. Cedric Collins.
Also, the Seattle Times reported that Smith worked for a Seattle company that develops mobile games, Z2Live. The company issued a statement earlier this week calling her a “passionate and dedicated employee.”
“Susann was an employee of Z2Live for a little over a year, and during her time here brought endless energy, smiles and a creative spirit to her work and the office,” the statement said. “The Z2Live family is extremely saddened and equally heartbroken by the news of the loss of our friend and co-worker.”
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A Bothell woman found dead in her home Tuesday was killed by homicidal violence, police said Wednesday.
Bothell police called the death suspicious on Tuesday, when the woman, so far not identified, was found inside her home in the 200 block of 240th Street Southwest. That's just southeast of the Canyon Park area in south Snohomish County.
Police have not released any information on suspects. "We have some leads, but I have no information about suspects at this time," said Bothell Police Department Sgt. Cedric Collins.
KIRO 7 News reported that neighbors said the woman had lived in the home with her husband and two children, but had recently been divorced. KIRO also reported that neighbors said police had told them the children were safe. See the KIRO story by clicking here.
Collins said the children are safe. "She was the only victim. No one else was harmed."
Police went to the woman’s house at about 10:30 a.m. Tuesday when her employer called to say she had not shown up for work.
Bothell Police Investigating Suspicious Death