PENNSYLVANIA State Police are searching for a man who they said has been tied to a murder in Connecticut after finding his acquaintance dead, Your Content has learned.
Trooper Nathan Petroski is asking anyone with information about the whereabouts of Peter Manfredonia, 23, of Connecticut, to contact authorities. Police say the suspect was last seen in East Stroudsburg.
Peter Manfredonia, 23, killed a man and wounded another in an attack.
The victim who died was later identified as Theodore Demers, 62, of Willington, Connecticut, according to FOX 56.
Manfredonia left the Willington area after making off with two guns during a home invasion.
The suspected killer then stole the homeowner’s vehicle, traveled to Derby where he abandoned the car in the Osborndale State Park area.
Connecticut State Police said they learned of an acquaintance at Roosevelt Road in Derby.
Arriving officers found acquaintance Nicholas Eisele, 23, dead.
Now authorities in several states are on the lookout for Manfredonia — described as 6’3, with black hair and has brown eyes, and was last seen in East Stroudsburg.
Manfredonia is armed and dangerous: if seen, call 911 and do not approach him. Anyone with information is asked to contact Eastern District Major Crime – Troop C at (860) 896-3200.
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