Published: Sat, February 25, 2017
Health Care | By Jeffery Armstrong

'Armed and Dangerous' Double Murder Suspect Still on the Loose

'Armed and Dangerous' Double Murder Suspect Still on the Loose

A man wanted in connection with a double homicide in Massachusetts has been apprehended in the Upstate, according to the Massachusetts State Police.

Peabody police believe the suspect they are looking for in a carjacking Wednesday night in Middleton is Peabody double murder suspect Wes Doughty. They believe he carjacked the auto in Middleton and drove the victim to Boston, where he let him out and left with the vehicle. While Doughty was buying alcohol at a liquor store in the South End, Metz said he jumped out of the auto and ran for help at a pizzeria.

Metz was able to escape when the suspect pulled into a parking lot behind Hollywood Liquors, which is when he was able to untie himself and run into Good Eats on Tremont Street for help.

Doughty is accused of killing Mark Greenlaw, 37, and his girlfriend Jennifer O'Connor, 40, in a desolate house on Farm Avenue in Peabody and dumping their bodies in the basement.

Murder suspect Wes Doughty, 39, should be considered armed and unsafe and should not be approached, Procopio said.

The other suspect, 45-year-old Michael Hebb, was arrested Monday and charged with two counts of murder. Anyone who sees him should not approach but rather should immediately call 911 or the Massachusetts State Police Violent Fugitive Apprehension Section at 1-800-KAPTURE (1-800-527-8873).

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