Police Seek 2 Brothers in Murder of Missing Couple

The missing couple's two vehicles were located last Thursday down an embankment in a remote wooded area, officials say

The hunt for two brothers wanted in the murder of a missing Washington couple now stretches across the country after officials located a vehicle belonging to one of the men in Phoenix.

The brothers, John Blaine Reed, 53, and Tony Clyde Reed, 49, are now charged with first degree murder in the deaths of Patrick Shunn and Monique Patenaude.

Shunn and Patenaude were reported missing on April 12. One of the brothers was a former neighbor of the couple, and friends have said there was a nasty, long-running dispute between them.

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The missing couple's two vehicles were located last Thursday down an embankment in a remote wooded area, officials say. Evidence recovered from inside the vehicles, including blood, rubber gloves, a tarp and towels, as well as items found in the former home of one of the suspects, led police to believe foul play is involved.

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