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Mark John, the former sheriff who helped find Hannah Anderson.
August 12, 2013 "It just didn't fit," former county sheriff Mark John says of what he saw after coming upon James Lee DiMaggio and missing teen Hannah Anderson in Idaho's rugged backcountry. The two didn't seem to be prepared for the wilderness. After John alerted police, FBI agents moved in. DiMaggio was killed.
A sign for missing California teenager Hannah Anderson hangs on a fence at El Capitan High School in the Lakeside neighborhood of San Diego County.
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August 9, 2013 James Lee DiMaggio is wanted in the disappearance of a 16-year-old girl from Southern California. Her mother's body, and possibly that of her young brother, were found in a burned-out home. Now, police are warning that the suspect may have rigged his vehicle with explosives.
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