BALTIMORE (WMAR) - Baltimore City Police have garrets two people wanted of questioning in connection with the murder of a woman and her son in Connecticut.
Police were notified by police in Watertown Connecticut that they were looking for Claude Turner, 36, and Elizabeth Swiderski Turner, 26, for the double murder.
City police received information saying that the two may be hiding out in a downtown homeless shelter. Undercover officers and U.S. Marshals went into the homeless shelter looking for the couple and asked around and found out that they had just left.
The officers left the shelter and caught up with the couple on Saratoga Street.
Police in Watertown say Donna Bouffard, 58, and her son, Michael Perkins, 26, were found dead inside their home on Saturday, July 7.
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