Photos: Manhunt Continues for UConn Student Suspected in Two Homicides

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Connecticut State Police
The multi-state search has ended for a University of Connecticut student who is wanted in connection with two homicides, a home invasion and a kidnapping across the state between Friday and Sunday after he was found in Maryland on Wednesday night.
Pennsylvania State Police
Police identified the suspect as Peter Manfredonia, 23. He was seen in Pennsylvania on Sunday and Pennsylvania State Police said they determined that an Uber dropped him off in front of a Walmart in East Strousburg, Pennsylvania and footage showed him walking along train tracks.
Connecticut State Police
Michael Dolan, the lawyer representing Manfredonia's parents, asked him to turn himself in to police because "it is time to let the healing process begin."
Police said the crime spree started in Willington on Friday when they responded to an assault on Mirtl Road .
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One of the two men Manfredonia is accused of attacking was Theodore Demers, known as Ted to friends and neighbors. DeMers died after the attack. Learn more about him here. Police have not released the name of the other person who was injured.
NBC Connecticut
This is the cul-de-sac where Ted DeMers was killed.
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A memorial for the 62-year-old DeMers was set up on Mirtl Street.
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DeMers’ sister-in-law said his neighbor saw a man standing at the end of the family’s driveway. Suspicious, he sent Ted a text, but DeMers never receivedit.
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Manfredonia is also accused of killing 23-year-old Nicholas Eisele, an acquaintance, in Derby. He is also accused of kidnapping Eisele's girlfriend. She was later found uninjured in New Jersey.
Pennsylvania State Police
Pennsylvania State Police said there was a possible sighting in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania and the man in surveillance images took and Uber to Hagerstown, Maryland.
Connecticut State Police

Manfredonia was found in Hagerstown. Maryland on Wednesday night.
NBC Connecticut
Candles lined the green in Willington in honor of those affected by the attack that left Ted DeMers dead and a neighbor seriously hurt.
Washington County Sheriff’s Office in Maryland
Officials released the booking photo of Peter Manfredonia on Thursday morning.
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