Police and the FBI are continuing a multi-state manhunt for a college senior from Connecticut who is accused of killing two people, and authorities are now urging the public to be on the lookout for a black Huyndai Santa Fe the suspect may have stolen. Pennsylvania state police released a surveillance photo that they say shows Peter Manfredonia walking on train tracks near East Stroudsburg, Monroe County, on Sunday.
It is not confirmed that Manfredonia stole the vehicle, but police say it was taken from the area where the suspect was last seen. “Anyone with information should call 911 immediately and DO NOT APPROACH!” Pennsylvania State Trooper Anthony Petroski tweeted.
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