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July 16, 2020

DAILYKENN.com -- The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI) added a new name to its 'most wanted' list.

Anthony T. Brown, 38, is wanted by authorities after the fatal shooting of a co-worker. He is considered armed and dangerous.

Heather Kirkwood, 45, was found lying in a parking lot with fatal gunshot wounds. The crime occurred at Electolux in Springfield, Tennessee. 

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After a Clarksville woman was fatally shot in Robertson County Monday night, the suspect has been added to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation's most wanted list.

Authorities are searching for Anthony T. Brown, 38, of Dickson. They believe he is connected to the deadly shooting that killed Heather Kirkwood, 45. He is believed to be armed and dangerous.

According to Springfield police Chief Jason Head, police, fire and medical crews were dispatched to a shots fired call in the parking lot of Electrolux at 1100 Industrial Drive just before 7 p.m. That's where they found Kirkwood lying in the parking lot with fatal gunshot wounds.

Police say Brown fled the scene in a black Dodge Charger and is wanted on a first-degree murder charge.

Electrolux spokeswoman Eloise Hale released a statement from the company on Tuesday but declined to answer any specific questions about Kirkwood or Brown, including how long they'd been employed at the plant, citing the ongoing investigation.

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