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Reported by the APS Stamp Theft Committee - 11 April 2014

Stamp Theft & Double Homocide

On or about the 19th March, New Hampshire, (USA), stamp dealer Robert Dion and his wife, Connie, were murdered in their home in Manchester, NH.
Their bodies were discovered on the 24th March when local authorities responded to a fire at their house. At this time, Manchester police have identified the Dions' adopted son, Matthew Dion, as a person of interest.

It is believed that Matthew took one of the family cars and most or all of Robert's stamp stock. There is not a current inventory of what the stock contained other than a collection of Manchester, CT postal history.

Matthew Dion is a 38 year old white male, 5'8" tall, 200 lbs., with brown eyes, brown hair and facial hair. He is believed to be driving a 2009 white Nissan Altima with NH plate 341-0587.

The investigation is being headed by:
Michael Lavallee
Detective Division
Manchester Police Department
405 Valley StreetManchester, NH 03103
Phone: (603) 792-5514 Fax: (603) 668-8711
Email: mlavalle@manchesternh.gov

If you should encounter Matthew, immediately notify your local police and tell them that there is a person of interest wanted by the Manchester, NH police department in connection with a double homicide at your store, booth, show, etc.
You can refer them to Det. Lavallee.