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America’s Most Wanted to air update on Chasen Killing Tonight

“America’s Most Wanted” will present an update on the killing of publicist Ronni Chasen on tonight’s episode, three days after Beverly Hills police confirmed that a tip from a viewer of the Fox Broadcasting series led them the suspect.

Harold Martin Smith, 43, committed suicide Dec. 1 in the lobby of the Harvey Apartments in Hollywood as Beverly Hills police approached him to question him in the Chasen killing.

Investigators have called Smith a “person of interest” in the case.

The gun used by Smith to commit suicide matches the one used to kill Chasen, according to preliminary ballistics results released Wednesday by Beverly Hills police, but investigators stopped short of concluding that Smith carried out the slaying.

“I’m very proud that the loyal ‘AMW’ viewer had the guts to call our hotline to help solve this case,” the show’s host, John Walsh, said. “After 23 years on the air, it reconfirms my belief that an average person can make a difference. It’s my hope that the Chasen family will now have some answers.”

Chasen, 64, was shot as she drove her Mercedes-Benz near Sunset Boulevard and Whittier Drive in the early morning hours of Nov. 16, after she attended the premiere of the film “Burlesque.”

Police said Chasen’s killing appeared to be a random act, a botched robbery.

America’s Most Wanted” airs from 9-10 p.m.



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