Crime Manhunt: Armed College Student Murdered 62-Year-Old Man, Police Say

22:40  24 may  2020
22:40  24 may  2020 Source:   lawandcrime.com

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Connecticut State Police are looking for a college student who allegedly killed two men, and robbed a third. Peter Manfredonia, 23, is armed and dangerous, say cops.

They think he might be armed with pistols and long guns.

Officers say they are on the lookout for a 2016 black Volkswagen Jetta with the license plate CT AU78524 as of Sunday afternoon. It features a bumper sticker on the driver’s side, saying “Sandy Hook Tribute Victim #26.”

The suspect is a senior at the University of Connecticut, according to The Hartford CourantHe was described by police as a white male, standing 6’3″, and weighing 240 pounds. He might have been seen on Tomlinson Road on Sunday morning, wearing a gray t-shirt, gray sweatpants, and possessing a bag. Officers suggest he was on footage around Great Hill Road and Route 34.

Connecticut State Police: UConn Student Sought In 2 Killings

  Connecticut State Police: UConn Student Sought In 2 Killings Connecticut State Police say 23-year-old Peter Manfredonia used a machete or sword to kill a man who offered him a ride on Friday in Willington. A second man was left gravely injured. ***WILLINGTON HOMICDE UPDATE***Most current photos of the suspect, Peter Manfredonia. Last seen in East Stroudsburg, PA. PA law enforcement agencies are actively looking for the suspect. Do NOT approach, he is ARMED AND DANGEROUS, call 911 immediately. pic.twitter.com/cOnvHh9EiQ — CT State Police (@CT_STATE_POLICE) May 24, 2020 Investigators say Manfredonia then broke into a home, held a person captive, and stole several weapons.

Manfredonia allegedly killed Ted DeMers, 62. Cynthia DeMers, who was the late man’s wife, said her husband and an elderly neighbor saw the suspect walking down the road, and had offered to help him. Manfredonia had needed a ride to his motorcycle.

Police said that the other man sustained serious injuries in the attack, and his life might be in danger because of this. According to investigators, Manfredonia also killed an acquaintance and left his body at the victim’s home.

The suspect robbed food, guns, and a vehicle from another man, who was uninjured. Cops said they found the stolen vehicle Sunday morning at 6:45 a.m. It had been abandoned.

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