May 18, 2024

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Aaron Pennington, 33, is needed for questioning and is believed to be carrying a gun. Authorities haven’t specified whether or not the lady’s loss of life is a murder.

Gardner resident Aaron Pennington, 33, is needed for questioning in reference to a girl’s loss of life. He’s believed to be driving a white BMW. Worcester County District Legal professional’s Workplace

A 33-year-old man is needed for questioning in reference to the loss of life of a girl that occurred inside a house in Gardner, Worcester County District Legal professional Joseph Early Jr. stated Sunday. 

Gardner resident Aaron Pennington needs to be thought of armed and harmful, Early stated throughout a information convention Sunday night. Anybody who sees him ought to keep away from him and name the police. 

Gardner police responded to 42 Cherry St. for a report of a disturbance simply earlier than 9:15  a.m. Sunday morning and found the useless lady in the back of the home, Early stated. The DA’s workplace later confirmed that Pennington is a resident of the house. 

4 kids who lived within the dwelling left the home to go to a neighbor’s dwelling earlier than police arrived, the DA’s workplace stated. These kids, aged 2, 5, 7, and 9, at the moment are in DCF custody, Early stated. 

Authorities obtained a search warrant for the house, Early stated, and shortly earlier than 8:30 p.m. Sunday, Massachusetts State Police detectives entered the home to research. 

Early declined to say whether or not the loss of life was thought of a murder. When requested whether or not Pennington was a suspect or an individual of curiosity within the case, Early stated he was each.

Early didn’t specify Pennington’s relationship to the kids and declined to present extra details about the case. 

Pennington is described as a white man with blonde hair and blue eyes, Early stated. He’s roughly 6-foot-2 and 175 kilos. He’s believed to be driving a white 2013 BMW Mannequin 320 with a Massachusetts veteran’s license plate that reads 8A30.

Anybody who sees Pennington or has details about the case is requested to name state police at 508-829-8326.