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Update: Police Seek Missing Chrysler, Grandson, After Elderly Couple Found Dead in Renton Home

King County Sheriff's Office investigators are looking for a red 2001 Chrysler 300, Washington license plate 046-XXU, in connection with the possible double homicide Saturday in Renton.

Update, 12:30 a.m, March 10: From the King County Sheriff's Office:

Detectives are looking for the grandson of the Fairwood homicide victims. The subject is NOT wanted in connection with the double homicide.  We do know that he was at the victim’s residence last night and he is currently unaccounted for.   His relationship to the crime is currently UNKNOWN. 

Michael L. Boysen

DOB 05/24/86

White male

5’10”, 170lbs

 

Original story:

King County Sheriff's investigators confimed Saturday they are looking into the possible slaying of an elderly couple in their Renton home, and are seeking the couple's missing Chrysler in connection with the deaths.

The bodies of the couple--an 80-year-old man and his wife, 82--were found by their daughter at 7 p.m. Saturday, said Cindi West, spokeswoman for the sheriff's deparment.

The couple lived on the 16200 block of 145th Ave. S.E., in the Fairwood Greens Community of the Fairwood Golf and Country Club.

"Another relative had stopped by around noon (Saturday)," West said. "When the couple didn't answer the door, this person called the daughter, who came over around 7."

She also knocked and didn't get an answer. When she let herself in, she found the couple already dead. West said investigators didn't have many additional details except that the deaths are considered "suspicious" and the couple's Chrysler is missing.

The King County Sheriff's Office asks that anyone who sees a red, 2001 Chrysler 300, Washington license plate 046-XXU, please call 911.

West said the couple was last seen alive at 10 p.m. Friday night. Investigators did not yet reveal a cause of death.

Look here at Renton Patch for additional updates Saturday night and Sunday morning.

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