The 56-year-old woman is wanted as a "person of interest" in the death of her husband, David Riess, after his body was found on March 23 with multiple gunshot wounds in rural Blooming Prairie.
Lois Ann Riess, 56, is now wanted for felony theft. Second degree murder charges at the Dodge County Attorney's office are pending against his wife, Lois Riess, BCA officials said.
ABC-affiliate WZVN had reported earlier that Riess was a person of interest in the fatal shooting of Hutchinson, which took place in Fort Myers Beach.
Investigators believe Riess is now driving Hutchinson's vehicle, a white Acura TL, last seen with Florida license plate Y37TAA. Investigators believe she may be using the alias Pamela Sellers Hutchinson.
Lois Riess allegedly transferred almost $10,000 from her husband's business account into his personal account shortly after his death. Riess' 2005 White Cadillac Escalade was located abandoned in a Florida park earlier this week. She then allegedly forged David's signature on three checks written from his personal account to herself, totaling $11,000.
Riess is described as 5-foot-5, blonde and 165 pounds.
Law enforcement officials in Florida said Riess is considered armed and unsafe and should not be approached if located. Authorities believe she may be armed and urge the public to call 911 with information about her whereabouts, but not to approach her.