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Joseph Edward DUNCAN III






(July 1, 2005) In this image made from security camera video provided by the owner of the convenience store, Shasta Groene and her alleged abductor, Joseph Edward Duncan III, are seen entering a convenience store in Kellogg, Idaho, hours before she was rescued.



Security cameras record Duncan and Shasta as they enter a gas and food mart.



Unaware that they are being video-taped in the store,
Duncan shops for food with Shasta.





Shasta and Duncan leave the store and get back
to the red jeep that Duncan is driving.



Map showing the general area of Idaho, and the location
of the first murders in Coeur d'Alene.



The Groene home. Inside was a horrific crime scene,
and something else... two children were missing.



(May 17, 2005) Detectives compare notes outside a house Tuesday in the Wolf Lodge area east of Coeur d'Alene where three bodies were found Monday night. They had been murdered. An Amber Alert was issued for two children who lived in the home.
(Jesse Tinsley/The Spokesman-Review)




(May 17, 2005) Funeral home workers carry out one of the bodies from a triple murder
at a rural home Tuesday in the Wolf Lodge area east of Coeur d'Alene.
(Jesse Tinsley/The Spokesman-Review)



(May 18, 2005) Lena Rayburn, Philip Rayburn and Arnie Wilkens of the Kootenai County Sheriff's Mounted Posse walk their horses down a powerline trail while searching for two children missing from a murder scene a few miles a way.
(Jesse Tinsley/The Spokesman-Review)



(May 18, 2005) Steve Groene, ex-husband of murder victim Brenda Kay Groene,
father of victim Slade Groene and missing children Dylan and Shasta Groene,
speaks to the media to plead for his children's safe return.
(Jesse Tinsley/The Spokesman-Review)



(June 3, 2005) Workers install a billboard in Spokane seeking information about Shasta and Dylan Groene. Hoping to help solve the disappearance of the children whose parents were murdered last month, Lamar Outdoor Advertising donated two billboards in Spokane
and one in Idaho.
(Colin Mulvany/The Spokesman-Review)



(July 2, 2005) Denny's waitress Amber Deahn holds a cup of coffee outside the
Denny's Restaurant in Coeur d'Alene where Shasta Groene was found.
(Jesse Tinsley/Associated Press)



(July 2, 2005) Vance Groene (in white hat) hugs his father, Steve Groene outside
Kootenai Medical Center after visiting with Shasta Groene.
(Jesse Tinsley/The Spokesman-Review)



(July 5, 2005) A crowd of media listen to Captain Ben Wolfinger of the Kootenai
County Sheriff's Department.
during a press conference. (Kathy Plonka/The Spokesman-Review)



(October 14, 2005) Trinkets and toys left in memory of Dylan Groene at the campsite where Joseph Duncan kept and tortured the Shasta and Dylan for some six weeks. Dylan was eventually murdered.
Brian Plonka/The Spokesman-Review (Brian Plonka/SR)



(October 14, 2005) Joseph Duncan is alleged to have taken Dylan Groene to this remote dilapidated cabin to film the youngster during his six-week abduction with his sister in a remote section of western Montana near St. Regis. The cabin was 12 miles from the campsite where Duncan kept the children.
(Brian Plonka/The Spokesman-Review)




(October 14, 2005) Raindrops accumalate on a windshield as winter arrives in the remote western Montana wilderness where Shasta and Dylan Groene were held during a six-week period after being taken from their Wolf Lodge home. Dylan was eventually murdered and cremated at the campsite.
(Brian Plonka/The Spokesman-Review)





(May 10, 2006) A "Kill Duncan" bumper sticker is attached to the front fence
post at the Groene/McKenzie home.
(Kathy Plonka/The Spokesman-Review)



Slade Groene was found in the house. He was the older brother of Dylan and Shasta.



Shasta and Dylan's mother and boyfriend were also found inside the house.



A claw hammer, similar to the one used by Duncan.



Dylan Groene was murdered by Duncan later on, after the kidnapping.



Shasta Groene was the survivor and was recognized by a Denny's waitress,
who called police and then stalled Duncan until they arrived to arrest him.



Victim of Joseph Edward Duncan III, Anthony Martinez.



Two more possible victims of Duncan were Sammiejo White and Carmen Cubias.



Steve Groene is Shasta's biological father, and has been involved in the investigation
almost from the beginning.



July 4, 2005: Steve and Shasta Groene (l-r), reunited father and daughter,
Kootenai Medical Center, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho.




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