Police in Pennsylvania are searching for a college student suspected of killing two people in Connecticut.

Authorities say 23-year-old Peter Manfredonia was dropped off by an Uber driver in front of a Walmart store in East Stroudsburg.

Manfredonia is a student at the University of Connecticut. He is being sought in connection with two homicides and a kidnapping.

According to Pennsylvania State Police, a stolen vehicle Manfredonia used to flee after killing the second person was recovered.

A surveillance image which investigators say shows Peter Manfredonia on May 24, 2020. (Photo: Pennsylvania State Police)

Based on interviews with an Uber driver and security video, investigators determined the suspect walked behind the Walmart store onto train tracks. He had a duffel bag filled with guns he stole during a home invasion.

Police say they don't believe Manfredonia has ties to the region and he did not have a vehicle. They say he may solicit ride-sharing services - possibly using a third party - to elude authorities.

Manfredoinia was described as white; six feet four inches tall; weighing 240 pounds with short hair. He had been wearing dark-colored shorts and a white t-shirt.

Police say Manfredonia is considered armed and dangerous.

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