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Police talk to 300 people in Ashland slaying investigation

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ASHLAND, OR (AP) -

Investigators have talked to about 300 people in the past three weeks in hopes of finding someone who saw something that will help find the killer who nearly decapitated a young grocery store clerk walking on a bike path through Ashland.

Police Chief Terry Holderness said Monday they want to speak to an unidentified jogger and a woman walking her dog on the bike path shortly before the slaying of 23-year-old David Grubbs. The two can be seen on a surveillance video from a nearby storage facility.

Holderness says it is looking less and less likely that playing violent online video games had anything to do with the slaying.

Grubbs did not use a keyboard to communicate with opponents, and players use aliases online.

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