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Suspect in Washington Couple's Disappearance Arrested in San Diego

Tony Clyde Reed, 49, turned himself in to U.S. Marshals Service in San Diego

A man wanted in the deaths of a Washington couple turned himself in Monday to the U.S. Marshals Service in San Diego.

Tony Clyde Reed, 49, is suspected of helping his brother John Blaine Reed, 53, in the killing of Patrick Shunn and his wife Monique Patenaude in April.

Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office confirmed Tony Clyde Reed made arrangements to turn himself in Monday morning. Reed was booked into San Diego County Jail.

Shunn and Patenaude were reported missing on April 12 in Oso, Washington, just northeast of Arlington.

Shunn was last seen at his workplace the day before and his wife was seen outside the couple’s home.

Authorities found two vehicles belonging to the couple on April 14 in a remote wooded area, north of their home.

Evidence inside the vehicle led authorities to believe there was foul play involved.

Authorities launched a nationwide manhunt after their car was found in Phoenix on April 18. Authorities believed the brothers had fled to Mexico.

Shunn and Patenaude have not been found.

John Bliane Reed is still outstanding, according to the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Department.

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