A person of interest in the murders of a Concord couple was taken into custody at a library in Vermont.

Stephen and Djeswende Reid were found shot to death in the Broken Ground Trails area on April 19 after being reported missing by their family. Detectives said the couple went for a walk on the trail the day before they were found.

Attorney General John M. Formella said the man was located Wednesday in South Burlington, Vermont, following an investigation led by Concord Police. The man, whose identity was not disclosed by Formella, was taken into custody on an unrelated stolen property warrant out of Utah.

Investigators in May announced they were looking for a "person of interest" who was seen in the area of the trail the day the Reids were murdered.

Larry Clegg
Larry Clegg (South Burlington, VT Police)

No one has been arrested and charged in connection with the murders.

South Burlington Police identified the man as Larry Clegg, 26, who is homeless. He was found in the South Burlington Library and held at the Northwest State Correctional Facility.

A $35,000 reward was posted by Concord Crimeline for information that leads to the arrest and indictment of the person(s) responsible for the murders.

Contact reporter Dan Alexander at Dan.Alexander@townsquaremedia.com or via Twitter @DanAlexanderNH

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