- Associated Press - Tuesday, March 24, 2015

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - It’s been a year since the parents of a New Hampshire man were found strangled with a wire after an explosion and fire at the Manchester home they shared with him.

Matthew Dion has been missing since March 24, 2014, charged with second-degree murder and arson in his parents’ deaths. He’s also charged with child pornography possession.

Death certificates filed in Hillsborough County Probate Court show that 71-year-old Robert Dion and 67-year-old Constance Dion were strangled with a wire several days before the explosion.

Investigators said year they believed the 38-year-old Matthew Dion was in St. Petersburg, Florida, and in Atlanta. They said he may be driving a car he stole in Florida in September and possibly armed with a handgun stolen from a Florida home about the same time.



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