Convict’s DNA found at Kansas City murder scene

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- It's been almost two months since Gene Kellough's only daughter was shot execution-style inside her home near Forest Avenue and 42nd in Kansas City, Missouri.

Now, Kellough waits to see if a man, whose DNA prosecutors say was found at the murder scene, will be charged in the killing of his daughter, Teresa Kellough.

Last Monday police arrested 29-year-old Nathaniel Brown, a paroled armed robber, on a federal weapons violation charge.  He was released from prison in April.

Court documents state police found an unused bullet at the crime scene with brown's DNA. Brown has not been charged with Kellough's September 23rd murder. However he is now being investigated for possibly being the killer or connected to the case.

Brown is in federal custody without bond. Prosecutors say their next step is to present the case to a grand jury for possible indictment.

Meantime, Gene Kellough, an 81-year-old former cop, waits for justice for his daughter.

"I’ll be there patient and I’ll have plenty of people, family members and friends that will be there also," he said.

Police still want to hear from anyone who may have witnessed the crime or has any information to call Kansas City police or the TIPS Hotline at (816) 474-TIPS.

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