- Associated Press - Tuesday, July 19, 2016

ST. PETERS, Pa. (AP) - Police in eastern Pennsylvania are seeking a man in a fatal shooting and want to question his girlfriend, who police say had also been romantically involved with the victim.

East Warwick Township police say 33-year-old Edward Dubinsky was shot on his porch Thursday.

Bucks County District Attorney David Heckler says police have a warrant to arrest 33-year-old Thomas Gould, of Bensalem, on a charge of criminal homicide, and want to speak with the woman both men dated, 30-year-old Zannatul Naim. She’s not been charged with a crime, but Heckler says the couple is considered armed and dangerous.

Heckler says the couple drove to a friend’s home in North Carolina where Gould allegedly confessed to shooting Dubinsky during an altercation, but told the friend he didn’t know whether Dubinsky survived.


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