The person of interest in Pennsylvania couple’s murder, believed to have accidentally killed himself
Newly wed couple, Christina Roy, 27, and Tyler Roy, 28, were found dead on the upper level of their split-level Pennsylvania home Tuesday
26-year-old neighbour Daniel Kenneth Mooney, was fingered as the suspect the double homicide
Cops said Mooney targeted the home with robbery as the motive
He killed the Roys, stole one of their vehicles before escaping, the vehicle was recovered later in Philadelphia
Mooney, who had an outstanding warrant in the theft of another vehicle in Northampton Township on Apr 30, was found dead from possible drug overdose in the Kensington area of Philadelphia
Bucks County Pennsylvania Authorities said supect Daniel Kenneth Mooneywas found dead of a possible drug overdose
The man suspected of murdering a young Pennsylvania couple Tuesday has been found dead in Philadelphia. Daniel Kenneth Mooney, 26, likely died from a drug overdose in the Kensington area of the city, ABC 6 reported.
Tyler Roy, 28, and Christina Roy, 27, were found dead on the top level of their split-level home in the Churchville section of Northampton, according to the Bucks County district attorney’s office.
Mooney was a former resident of the neighborhood.
He was also wanted for questioning in connection to the theft of the Roys’ car.
Authorities said Mooney might be walking with a “pronounced limp” as they called on the public to help locate the person of interest.
Young couple are murdered in their Pennsylvania home as manhunt continues for suspect, neighbour Daniel Kenneth Mooney, wanted in the killing of Tyler and Christina Roy, before escaping in their car
Investigators recovered the couple’s Ford Edge SUV and Mooney’s cell phone in northeast Philadelphia early Wednesday, according to a statement from the district attorney.
There was an arrest warrant for Mooney in the theft of another vehicle in Northampton Township on April 30. The stolen vehicle was recovered with damage.
Newly wed couple Tyler Roy and Christina Roy were found dead on the upper level of their split-level Pennsylvania home Tuesday by a painter working on the house
One of the Roy’s bodies was found by a painter who entered their home Tuesday, the statement said.
He called police, who discovered the second body.
Mooney had no known relationship with the victims, Shore said.
There was no sign of forced entry into the Roys’ home, Northampton police chief Michael Clark said Tuesday.
The couple was married and purchased their home in 2016.
“They seemed to be a nice couple that happened to be unfortunate victims in this case,” Clark said.