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Murdered couple's missing son now sought for child pornography
Dion has been missing since the bodies of his parents were found in their burned out home at 210 Mooresville Road March 24.
Manchester Police have sought to question Dion in connection with the fire and his parents' deaths, but he has been missing since the fire was discovered.
He was living with his parents at the time of their deaths, which remains under investigation.
Authorities said Dion may be somewhat thinner than he appears in the photos and may have altered his appearance in other ways.
Anyone knowing Dion's whereabouts is asked to contact the Manchester Police at 603-668-8711.
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