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Michael Chad L. Boysen Wanted in Connection with Grandparents' Death

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Two days after Michael Chad L. Boysen was released from prison, his elderly grandparents were found dead in their Washington-state home. The King County Sheriff’s Office said that he represents an “extreme danger” to the public and a warrant has been issued for his arrest. Apparently Boysen, 26, was conducting online searches of gun shows around the time that his grandparents were killed.

Authorities are not sure exactly when then two were slain but they believe the killing happened on either Friday night or Saturday morning. Boysen’s grandfather was 82 and his grandmother was 80. The Sheriff’s Office has issued an alert for the couple’s missing car, a red 2001 Chrysler 300 with license plate 046-XXU, reports the Seattle Times

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Prior to his release, Boysen was serving time for a 2012 conviction for attempted residential burglary. He and a friend owned up to robbing several pharmacies and a grocery store to feed their addictions to the narcotic OxyContin. There are few details available about the more recent crime. Authorities have declined to release the names of the victims and have not said how they were killed. The deaths are being investigated as homicides.

Boysen has a criminal history that spans five years and includes convictions for first-degree robbery, second-degree robbery and trafficking in stolen property, according to documents filed in King County Superior Court.

Police have said that anyone who spots Boysen or the missing car should call 911 right away. He is white, 170 pounds, has hazel eyes and stands just under six feet tall.

Source: (Seattle Times)