Police say you won't see as many uniformed officers in the neighborhood where Sharlotte McGill was stabbed to death last Thursday.
Spokane detectives say their investigation is going undercover. That means neighbors will likely see fewer uniformed officers in the area.
An unknown man attacked McGill Thursday morning while she was out walking her dog.
Detectives say they're awaiting results of forensic testing from the Washington state patrol crime lab.
The WSP chief promised to make the case the agencies top priority.
Tuesday we received more of the 911 calls made the day Sharlotte was stabbed, including a very emotional call from Sharlotte's daughter Billie