As FBI intensifies the search for 23-year-old Peter Manfredonia accused of being in connection with two killings, his family is begging on him to peacefully surrender.
Manfredonia was reportedly seen leaving the scene of a murder in Willington, Connecticut, on Friday. He invaded a home, held an occupant against his will and stole the occupant’s guns and a truck.
Manfredonia also went to a home of an acquaintance in Derby, Connecticut and killed another person there.
FBI Philadelphia announced Monday they were assisting in the search for Manfredonia, saying he is considered “armed and dangerous.”
Attorney Michael Dolan, spoke on behalf of Manfredonia’s parents on Monday, according to Dolan, Manfredonia has struggled with mental health issues over the past several years and sought the help of therapists.
“Peter, if you’re listening, you are loved. Your parents, your sisters, your entire family loves you. Nobody wants any harm to come to you. It is time to let the healing process begin,” Dolan said at a news conference.
“It’s time to surrender. You have your parents and your sisters and your family’s entire support,” Dolan said. “So Peter, from your parents: We love you. Please turn yourself in.”