Mandeep Singh of Fort Value is a suspect in a capital homicide case in Cooke County.
A search continued Monday for a Fort Value man who authorities described as “armed and dangerous” after the our bodies of two individuals have been found in a burned automotive in Cooke County.
The names of the victims who have been discovered Sunday in the backseat haven’t been released.
The suspect is Mandeep Singh, 37, who faces a charge of capital homicide in the case, in response to officials with the Cooke County Sheriff’s Workplace. Cooke County is more than 65 miles north of Fort Value on the border of Oklahoma.
A dispatcher with the sheriff’s workplace acquired a name Sunday a few automotive that was on hearth in the midst of a rural street in northwest Cooke County.
Muenster volunteer firefighters responded to the scene, extinguished the flames and found the remains.
Cooke County deputies and investigators, a fireplace marshal and Texas Rangers arrived on the scene and commenced an investigation. In the course of the investigation, authorities decided that the hearth was intentionally set.
By means of the investigation, authorities recognized Singh as a suspect. Particulars on how he was identified because the suspect haven’t been released.
Singh might have fled on foot or been picked up in a car, authorities stated in a sheriff’s office news release.
Anyone with info should name the sheriff’s office at 940-665-3471 Ext. four or an area regulation enforcement company. Ideas additionally might be despatched to email@example.com.