Police have been looking for Aaron Pennington since his spouse, 30-year-old Breanne Pennington, was discovered useless of their Gardner dwelling on Sunday.
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Authorities launched what they are saying is the latest picture of Aaron Pennington on Thursday as police proceed to seek for the 33-year-old Gardner resident suspected of killing his spouse.
The Worcester County District Legal professional’s workplace launched the picture of Pennington, which they stated was taken Oct. 11. The DA’s workplace issued a homicide warrant for the 33-year-old Air Pressure veteran on Wednesday.
Police have been looking Pennington since Sunday morning after they discovered his spouse, 30-year-old Breanne Pennington, useless of their Cherry Avenue dwelling. She died of a gunshot wound to the face.
The investigation into Breanne Pennington’s homicide started after their youngsters went to a neighbor’s home Sunday morning and the neighbor known as 911, in keeping with courtroom paperwork. The couple had been coping with “marital points” and Breanne Pennington was planning on leaving her husband and taking their 4 youngsters together with her, in keeping with courtroom filings.
Aaron Pennington’s automotive was discovered Monday night time in a wooded space close to a Boy Scout camp in Gardner, and police are persevering with to seek for him.
The DA’s workplace stated Thursday it’s believed that Pennington is now on foot.
Authorities say he “is believed to be armed and harmful.” He’s described as a white man with blonde hair and blue eyes, and is believed to be roughly 6-foot-2 and 175 kilos.
Anybody with data is being urged to contact state police at 508-832-9124 or Gardner Police at 978-632-5600.
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