Horseback riders said abduction suspect, girl ‘didn’t fit’

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(CNN) — “Like a square peg going into a round hole.”

That’s how Mark John, an Idaho man who spotted and helped lead authorities to James DiMaggio and 16-year-old Hannah Anderson, described the pair.

DiMaggio is now dead, shot and killed by an FBI agent in the Idaho wilderness.

He was suspected in the slayings of Hannah’s mother and brother in California and in the girl’s kidnapping.

“They were just like a square peg going into a round hole. They didn’t fit. He might have been an outdoorsman in California, but he was not an outdoorsman in Idaho,” John told reporters Sunday.

“He just didn’t fit.”

John, his wife, Christa, and another couple, Mike and Mary Young, were out on horseback when they happened upon DiMaggio and Hannah on Wednesday twice, once on a trail and once at a lake.

Red flags went up immediately.

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