Connecticut State Police are searching for a University of Connecticut student in connection with the killing of two people and an abduction, according to law enforcement officials.
Peter Manfredonia, 23, is suspected of killing a 62-year-old man and seriously injuring another man "with an edged weapon" on Friday morning in Willington, Connecticut State Police said in a press release. Police said the motive was unclear.
Manfredonia is also a suspect in the killing of a 23-year-old male acquaintance in Derby, Connecticut that state police identified as Nicholas J. Eisle. Eisle was found dead in his home Sunday, according to Trooper First Class Christine Jeltema. Police believe Manfredonia then allegedly stole a black Volkswagen Jetta from the home.
Connecticut State Police is working with the FBI and local enforcement to track Manfredonia.
Pennsylvania State Police and the FBI said that Manfredonia was last seen in East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania on Sunday.
Police urge that Manfredonia should be considered "armed and dangerous."