CONNECTICUT killer Peter Manfredonia has hit the highway in route to New Jersey for unknown reasons after stealing a black SUV in East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania, sometime Tuesday — according to an alert issued by Warren County officials.
“Countywide BOLO Peter Manfradonia, wanted for double homicide out of Connecticut. Subject has possibly just stolen a black Hyundai Santa Fe out of East Stroudsburg area and possibly heading towards Jersey City. PA reg. KYW1560,” the be on the lookout alert reads.
“If seen call 911, DO NOT APPROACH, suspect considered armed and dangerous.”
Warren County is part of the Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton, PA-NJ metropolitan area.
As Your Content readers know, the 23-year-old University of Connecticut student fled Connecticut after brutally murdering at least two people and kidnapping a third on May 22.
Your Content readers were first to know that the FBI have drafted in agents from around the country to help bring the 23-year-old UConn student to justice after fleeing from a community nearby his hometown of Sandy Hook, Connecticut on May 22 following a string of murders, and sources close to the investigation previously told Your Content they are confident the mystery will soon be solved.
“There is a concrete timeline,” the source said. “There are credible witnesses who helped authorities determine a promising path,” a source close to the investigation told Your Content.
“Agents are still going door-to-door and interviewing friends, relatives, neighbors and acquaintances of Manfredonia.”
“Peter’s digital footprints, witnesses and credible leads are being rapidly pursued.”