UPDATE: Police Seeking Michael (Chad) Boysen for Renton Double Homicide

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UPDATE 3/10/13 9:30 p.m.: King County Sheriff’s detectives said they received information that murder suspect Michael (Chad) Boysen may be seeking to obtain firearms and is considered an extreme danger to the public and police.


Michael L. Boysen
Born: 05/24/86
White male
5’10”, 170lbs

Detectives said the credibility of the information was bolstered by Boysen’s internet searches just before or after his grandparents double murder.  Boysen had done an internet search of GUN SHOWS all across the Pacific Northwest and Nevada.

Boysen is suspected of murdering his grandparents in their Fairwood home sometime late Friday night or Saturday morning.  Boysen had recently been released from prison after serving a year for burglary.

Detectives also released an actual photo of the victim’s vehicle missing from the crime scene.   The vehicle is a red, 2001 Chrysler 300.   046XXU-Wa


(Note-the bumper sticker on the trunk,  also the vehicle appears dark in the photo but is RED)

If you see Boysen or the vehicle call 911 IMMEDIATELY!

PREVIOUSLY: The King County Sheriff’s Office announced Sunday (March 10) that they are looking for a missing vehicle – as well as a Grandson – from the scene of a double homicide that occurred in the Fairwood area of Renton Saturday night.

Just after 6 p.m. Saturday night (March 9), deputies responded to a house in the 16200 block of 145 Ave SE after a woman called 911 and reported that she found her parents dead in their home.

When police arrived they found an 82-year old man and his 80-year old wife dead inside the home. Detectives have not released details about the crime scene or manner of death but said they are investigating the scene as a double homicide.

A vehicle belonging to the deceased couple is missing from the scene and is described as a red, 2001 Chrysler 300 with Washington license 046XXU, similar in style to this one:


Not the actual vehicle.

Detectives are also looking for the Grandson of the Fairwood homicide victims. The subject is NOT wanted in connection with the double homicide. We do know that he was at the victim’s residence last night and he is currently unaccounted for. His relationship to the crime is currently UNKNOWN.

Police are asking anyone that sees the vehicle or Grandson to call 911 immediately.

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