Suspect in Connecticut Homicide’s Pickup Found in Salisbury, MA
A vehicle driven by a man wanted for a homicide in Connecticut was found in Salisbury on Monday night.
Connecticut State Police said Matthew Candler, 47, is a suspect in the death of Jeffrey Rawson, who was found dead in a house in Chaplin, Connecticut on Sunday morning. He was driving a 1989 Ford F-350 light blue pickup with a red stripe on the tailgate with Minnesota license plate YBN8321.
CBS Boston reported the pickup was found in a parking lot on Lafayette Road.
Police warned that Candler should not be approached if located, and advised calling the police.
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