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Doyle and Lillian Chumney: Missing, home found ransacked Found

UPDATE:  2/1/14 –   Jeffrey Stewart, 21, of New Philadelphia was arrested on Saturday in connection with the deaths of Doyle and Lillian, after he was identified from a surveillance photo.

Police are also looking for Robert Clark, 29, of Dennison. Police say that Clark should be considered armed and dangerous.
Clark and Stewart are charged with murder.

UPDATE:  1/23/14 – The bodies of Doyle and Lillan were found in the car that had been burned.  The police state they are putting together a multi-task investigation unit to find out who is responsible for their deaths.  

UPDATE:  1/22/14 – The Chumney car was found in Coshocton County at the intersection of 244 and 281 in Bakersville, police sources tell FOX 8 I-Team reporter Peggy Gallek.

Doyle, 86,  and Lillian, 79,  Chumney are missing from Tuscarawas, Ohio.  They could be driving a beige 1986 Pontiac Parisienne with Ohio plates EZXF9647.

Doyle and Lillian talked with their son on Tuesday evening and made plans to take their son to the airport on Wednesday, but they did not show up.  Their daughter went to their home on Bodmer Avenue and found the door open and the home ransacked. 

Currently the police are searching for the couple.  If you have seen them or their car, please call the police at 1-866-693-9171.

Their car was found on I-244 and I-281 on 1/22/15

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