Colorado police continue to investigate who could have possibly had a motive in the murder of Tom Clements, the Department of Corrections Chief who was gunned down after opening the front door of his home in Monument, Colorado. Investigators are looking into the possibility that his death could be linked to his decision to not grant a prison transfer to a Saudi national, Homaidan al-Turki, who was serving time for holding his housekeeper as a sex slave. Al-Turki is said to be a member of an influential Saudi family, and also reportedly has ties to an Islamic terror group.

Clements also recently requested chemicals to execute Nathan Dunlap, an inmate convicted of killing four people during shooting rampage at a Chuck E. Cheese restaurant in 2003.

Police say they're still searching for a white female believed to be between the ages of 35 and 50 who may have helpful information in the case. The woman was said to be speed walking along the road on which Clements lived at approximately 8:30 p.m. that night, and while she is not listed as a person of interest, authorities believe she may have seen the responsible party's car or even the suspect himself.

On Wednesday, the Clements family issued a statement, saying they lost a devoted husband and beloved father in Tom, and they asked for privacy as they mourn. Funeral arrangements are pending.

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