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(KSL News) A home surveillance tape could be used in the case against a man accused of killing his wife in a hit-and-run.
Sherman Lynch is accused of hitting Patricia Rothermich with a pickup truck then hiding that truck at a vacant house.
The Deseret Morning News reports a surveillance camera at a residence near the scene of the crime was running that day. That camera caught images of the white truck just a few minutes before the hit-and-run.