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Second Car Found in Search for Person of Interest in Coshocton Rd. Murders

By Timothy Perry

October 3, 2015 - 12:28 PM

REYNOLDSBURG - The Knox County Sheriff's Office has confirmed that the second vehicle listed in the search for Travis Bonham has been located.

The vehicle, a red 2015 Ford Mustang was found on Castine Way in Reynoldsburg.

The previous vehicle, a 2011 Dodge Charger, was located abandoned and without license plates on the east side of  Columbus. Officers believe that 32 year old Chad Temple, who was arrested on an outstanding warrant, may have been involved in the abandoning of that vehicle.

Bonham, 31, has not yet been located. He is named as a person of interest in the murders of his mother, Sandra Stelk, age 50, and girlfriend, Jamie Barber, age 23, at their home on Coshocton Rd. on Wednesday morning.

Bonham is described as a white male, age 31, heavily tattooed, average build, medium height.

Should anyone come into contact with Bonham, or know his whereabouts, they are advised to not approach him and call 911, or contact the Knox County Sheriff's Office.

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