April 5 (UPI) – After a four-day manhunt, the police said they arrested a suspect this week for a four-fold murder in a company in North Dakota.
Authorities went looking for a suspect after the four bodies were found Monday at RJR Maintenance & Management in Mandan, N.D., which manages a trailer park where the person of interest – identified as Chad Isaak – lived.
The police said they don't have a motive for the murders yet, but a surveillance video made the Isaac vehicle on the spot. He was arrested Thursday when officers stopped in nearby Washburn, N.D., police said. Evidence in the vehicle gave the likely reason to commit an arrest, said Mandan Police Department Chief Jason Ziegler.
Isaac, 44, stands for four counts of crime murder and is being held in McClean County prison.
The victims were identified as business owner Robert Faklar, 52, and employees Adam Fuehrer, 42; Lois Cobb, 45; and William Cobb, 50.
"We will spend this time discussing our process to make progress and regret the big losses," RJR Maintenance and Management said in a statement.