Feds promise aid as police renew plea for public's help in finding "person of interest" from double homicide in Moorhead
MOORHEAD - Police are renewing their request for the public's help in finding Tracy Alan Zornes, who is considered a "person of interest" in a double homicide investigation.
Moorhead police also has requested help from the U.S. Marshals Service in Minneapolis. The federal agency agreed to aid in finding Zornes, 38, of Naytahwaush, Minn.
Police want to talk to Zornes after John Phillip Cadotte and Megan Joy Londo were found dead Feb. 19 in a Moorhead apartment complex.
Currently, there are two outstanding warrants for Zornes' arrest. The warrants are related to claims that Zornes violated probation for convictions of burglary and drunken driving.
"Zornes has an extensive criminal history and has demonstrated that he is willing to flee from the police," police said in a news release issued Wednesday.
Anyone with information regarding Zornes' location is asked to contact law enforcement.