An arrest warrant has been issued for a New Hampshire man wanted on charges in connection to another man's murder, authorities confirm.
New Hampshire Attorney General's Office says 20-year-old Stephan Daniel Peno of Nashua has been charged with conspiracy to commit robbery, robbery and falsifying physical evidence. Peno is accused of having involvement in events that led to 49-year-old Benjamin Marcum's death on March 12 in Nashua.
Seventeen-year-old Jonathan Goff was previously charged with second-degree murder in Marcum's death.
The N.H. A.G's office says Peno's current whereabouts are unknown, and are asking for the public's help in finding him. He was last seen in Nashua around April 1, according to the A.G.
Peno is described as 5 feet 6 inches, weighs about 150 pounds, has black hair and green eyes, and has several tattoos on his arms, including a skeleton/ghost and the letters "NFL" on his right arm, and the numbers "603" on his left arm.
Authorities say Peno may have cut his hair short and shaved his facial hair in order to change his appearance. He's believed to hiding in Manchester, where he has acquaintances.