Two women sought in slaying of Toronto couple in Florida

David Pichosky and Rochelle Wise. (File Photo)

David Pichosky and Rochelle Wise. (File Photo)

Terry Davidson, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 12:42 PM ET

TORONTO — Police in Florida say two women are being sought in last year’s slaying of a Toronto couple.

Rochelle Wise and David Pichosky were found asphyxiated in their Hallandale Beach home Jan. 10, 2013.

On Wednesday, police said they DNA collected from the crime scene indicate that the perpetrators are "at least" two females.

Police chief Dwayne Flournoy said the DNA doesn't match family members of either victim, nor does it match DNA of workers, maids or maintenance people that would have been permitted into the couple's condo.

A search of DNA in criminal databases has hasn't turned up any matches, he said, adding it is likely Pichosky and Wise did not know their assailants.

Flournoy said a motive has yet to be established, but noted Wise's wedding ring was the only item taken from the condo belonging to the well-liked couple.

The investigation has also produced an "outer sole" impression of an Adidas Supernova running shoe -- a shoe that was discontinued in 2000 -- and Flournoy is positive it belonged to one of the women in question.

A composite sketch was released of a woman seen on a video walking in the area of the crime scene. The video, which has been in police possession since early on in the investigation, has been shown to residents in the close-knit residential community, but nobody recognizes the woman.


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