A man has been arrested in the disappearance of a Washington couple believed dead
A Washington couple missing since Monday are believed to have been murdered and a suspect in their disappearance has been arrested. The Thurston County Sheriff’s Office said.
The Sheriff’s Office said Friday night local time they had identified the suspect and did not believe the couple survived an attack on their home in Lacey.
A man in his 40s from Olympia, Wash. — east of where the couple lives — was arrested on two counts of first-degree murder and one count of kidnapping, the sheriff’s office said Friday. The suspect was known to the couple.
When neither Cobb nor Davido could be reached, the police were called. Pauline Dutton, Cobb’s sister, said police conducted a wellness check at their home and found neither of them there.
The Sheriff’s Office initially said the couple disappeared under “suspecious“Circumstances,” but he did not provide additional details.
Their car – a silver Toyota Yaris, model 2015 – It was later found On a street in Lacey.
Dutton said Thursday I couldn’t believe the couple left their home willingly.
She said she last spoke to her sister via text on Nov. 10, and said she believed that was the last day anyone heard from Cobb and Davido.
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