Headline: Massachusetts Police Locate Car of Suspect Wanted in Wife’s Murder
Gardner, Massachusetts – In a significant development, the Massachusetts State Police have located the car belonging to Aaron Pennington, the prime suspect in the murder of his wife, Breanne Pennington. Tragedy struck the small town of Gardner on Sunday when Breanne Pennington was found dead in their residence.
Authorities are urging residents to exercise extreme caution as Aaron Pennington is considered armed and dangerous, and may be in possession of a firearm. Described as a white male, six-feet-two-inches tall, weighing approximately 175 pounds, with blonde hair and blue eyes, Pennington remains at large.
The white 2013 BMW 320 belonging to Pennington was discovered hidden in the woods near the Gardner-Ashburnham line. However, the suspect was nowhere to be found at the scene, leaving officials perplexed. As a preventive measure, a shelter-in-place message was issued to residents in the Kelton Street area of Gardner, while law enforcement conducted an extensive search for Pennington.
This tragic incident has not only left the community in shock but also raised concerns about the wellbeing of the couple’s four children. Currently, the Department of Children and Families has taken custody of the children, ensuring their safety and care.
Further investigation into the case reveals that Pennington has a history of mental health issues, according to authorities. This information underscores the urgency in locating him, as his mental state could pose additional risks to the public and himself.
In an effort to maintain public safety, Gardner Mayor Michael Nicholson has announced that no permits will be issued for a vigil at this time. While the community mourns the loss of Breanne Pennington and prays for her family, ensuring everyone’s safety remains the top priority.
As the search for Aaron Pennington intensifies, residents are advised to remain vigilant and report any sightings or information that may aid law enforcement in their pursuit. The Massachusetts State Police urge caution and the avoidance of any confrontations with the suspect, as he is considered extremely dangerous.
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