CONNECTICUT killer Peter Manfredonia stopped at Sheetz in Pennsylvania to purchase items before his journey to Maryland Wednesday, and Your Content has learned the mentally unstable 23-year-old took a second Uber from the mini-mart to journey towards Hagerstown, Maryland.
As Your Content readers know, officials from the Pennsylvania State Police released images Manfredonia shopping Wednesday at a Sheetz convenience store in Chambersburg, Pa., which is just off I-81 in southern Pennsylvania.
“Y’all should be embarrassed, like straight up embarrassed,” one Philadelphia local said on Twitter, scolding all 4 state police agencies and all federal bureaus involved in the massive manhunt.
“HOW THE F*CK IS PETER MANFREDONIA STILL ON THE RUN HES MADE 3 F*CKING STOPS AND TOOK AN UBER AND YALL CANT F*CKING FIND HIM?”
“He has used their services twice now,” tweeted Alexis. “It’s crazy!”
Concerned locals are outraged that the Connecticut native took not one – but at least TWO different Ubers amid the massive four-state manhunt that started in Connecticut and extended into New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Maryland.
A black Hyundai Santa Fe stolen from East Stroudsburg, Pa., near where Manfredonia was last sited about 6 p.m. Sunday, was recovered near the Sheetz store.
“[A] new tip puts Manfredonia in Hagerstown, Maryland,” Pennsylvania State Police Trooper Petroski said. “The stolen Hyundai Santa Fe WAS recovered in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. If seen, DO NOT APPROACH, HE IS CONSIDERED ARMED & DANGEROUS, CALL 911 IMMEDIATELY!”
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.
“There must’ve been 5 – maybe six helicopters circling my home,” a Scranton resident told Your Content. “They were there from midnight to well past 6 a.m.”
There are three Sheetz gas stations in the Chambersburg area. Two are right off Interestate 81. It was not immediately clear which Sheetz the images were taken from.
“Manfredonia has possibly made his way into the NEPA area. Please be aware of your surroundings and call 911 or the PA State Police at 570-963-3156 to report any suspicious activity,” police previously told Your Content.
Earlier today, police said the at-large killer hit the highway towards 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.
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.