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UPDATE: Suspect Turned Himself In in Killed IA Rep. Sisters Case

PITTSBURGH (AP) -- UPDATE: Pittsburgh police say a man charged with robbing and killing his former next-door neighbors who were sisters of an Iowa state lawmaker has turned himself in.
   Allen Darell Wade faces numerous charges, including criminal homicide, robbery, theft and a firearms violation in the slayings of Susan Wolfe and Sarah Wolfe.
   Wade had been questioned by police last month but released. He maintained then that he did nothing wrong.
   Police Lt. Kevin Kraus said Wade turned himself into police headquarters Wednesday. They provided no other details on his surrender.
   The two sisters of Rep. Mary Wolfe of Clinton, Iowa, were found dead Feb. 7 after police were called to their residence. Both women were found in the basement of the home they shared; each was shot once in the head.

Pittsburgh police have charged a neighbor with killing two sisters of an Iowa state lawmaker during a break-in and robbery at their home last month.
   Forty-three-year-old Allen Darell Wade is not in custody, and police say he should be considered armed and dangerous.
   Authorities say he left his residence after he was questioned in the slayings of 44-year-old Susan Wolf and her sister, 38-year-old Sarah Wolfe.
   Their bodies were found Feb. 7. Wade had been questioned and released late last month before police filed charges including criminal homicide, burglary and robbery against him Wednesday.
   Police didn't immediately say how they linked Wade to the killings of the sisters of Democratic state Rep. Mary Wolfe. But investigators had been conducting DNA tests on items taken from the home.

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