Experts in Connecticut, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania are looking for a man who they accept murdered an outsider and colleague a week ago before kidnapping the associate’s better half.
WPVI announced that the University of Connecticut understudy, Peter Manfredonia, 23, is suspect of killing Theodore Demers, 62, in an assault Friday morning in Willington that left another man harmed. Manfredonia supposedly assaulted the men after they offered him a ride back to his cruiser.
Police trust Manfredonia additionally held a Willington mortgage holder hostage Sunday before taking their truck and guns. WPVI detailed that the property holder wasn’t harmed.
Police purportedly found the taken truck in Osbornedale State Park in Derby. While looking through the recreation center, specialists discovered that Nicholas Eisele, 23, an associate of Manfredonia, lived close by. Officials eventually found Eisele dead in his home.
Manfredonia purportedly fled the scene in Eisele’s Volkswagen.
During their examination, specialists learned Manfredonia additionally kidnapped Eisele’s better half. Be that as it may, by Sunday evening, Eisele’s sweetheart was discovered safe in Paterson, New Jersey, as per the Hartford Courant.
Eisele’s vehicle was found in New Jersey close to the Pennsylvania outskirt.
Pennsylvania State Police Trooper Anthony Petroski said
Manfredonia was most recently seen Sunday evening in East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania. The Connecticut Post detailed that the FBI has joined the progressing search.
Manfredonia was depicted as
Being 6 feet, 3-inches tall, weighing 240 pounds, with dark “rumpled hair.” He was was most recently seen wearing dull hued shorts and a white shirt.
Manfredonia is viewed as furnished and risky.