Robert Lee King is wanted by the U.S. Marshals for allegedly killing Dorothy Smith and critically wounding her daughter, Diana.
A forensic artist's rendition of the horseshoe tattoo that King reportedly has on his right arm.
"Robert" is inked just below it.
A forensic artist's sketch depicting a crown tattoo that King reportedly has on his left arm.
"Victoria" is tattooed just below it.
Enhanced photo of King's crown tattoo on his left arm.
Enhanced photo of King's horseshoe tattoo on his right arm.
U.S. Marshals say Robert Lee King nearly decapitated Dorothy "Dot" Smith on Dec. 1, 2005, after an argument.
Family says Dorothy "Dot" Smith met King while living in the same apartment building.
U.S. Marshals say Robert Lee King brutally murdered Dorothy "Dot" Smith, mother of two, in the Memphis home they shared together.
"We acted like big teenagers together," said Diana Smith, of her mother who was allegedly killed by Robert King.
Dorothy "Dot" Smith was just gearing up for the Christmas season when cops say Robert Lee King snapped and stabbed the mother of two to death.
Dorothy, with her two daughters -- Diana and Kiota -- in happier days.
U.S. Marshals say King's favorite color is red and he loves the L.A. Lakers.
Authorities say Robert Lee King is extremely pigeon-toed when he walks and holds his head down and to the right.
U.S. Marshals say Robert Lee King loved this car.
It is a red two-door Subaru Coupe from the late 1980s. It has black and gold stripes on the side and a black bra on the front.
U.S. Marshals think King could be cross-dressing and hiding in a gay community.
They say they found wigs at his mother's house in Mississippi where King was reported to have visited earlier. This is a forensic artist's drawing of what King could look like wearing one of the wigs.
U.S. Marshals think Robert Lee King could be hiding out in the Mississippi Delta or may have even gone to Illinois or Florida. He also has ties to the West Coast.
A wig that U.S. Marshals found in King's mother's house in Mississippi. They think he could be dressing up as a woman to conceal his identity.
Robert Lee King with his first wife, Stephanie.
Diana Smith bravely told her story to AMW about how she witnessed her mother's murder -- and was almost killed herself when King allegedly attacked her.
Kiota Smith hopes AMW can help track down Robert Lee King, the man who allegedly killed her mother in cold blood.
A forensic artist's rendition of what Robert Lee King might look like with a curly wig.
U.S. Marshals believe that King may be trying to hide out in gay communities.
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