A man who showed up at a Miami home linked to a dead murder suspect in the Kimberly Lindsey case refused to answer any questions Monday morning.
The man, wearing a red baseball cap, drove up to the home at 2101 Coral Gate Drive in a blue Mitsubishi just before 6 a.m.
He spent about half an hour inside the home and left with a duffel bag and a garbage bag. He waved to reporters as he drove away.
Deputies said Lambert, a 52-year-old doctor, died of an overdose before deputies could arrest him in the murder of his ex-wife, Kimberly Lindsey. Authorities said two people, including a woman they believe was Lambert's sister, carried his body out of the home early Saturday morning. Lambert's sister owns the home.
Lindsey was reported missing in Palm Beach Gardens last week. Days later her mutilated body was found in a sugarcane field in Hendry County.
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