Police: Alleged Fla. shooter headed to Boston
FRAMINGHAM, Mass. (WHDH) -- Police in Florida and Massachusetts are on the lookout for a man wanted for a shooting in Orlando.
Authorities believe 55-year-old Kevin Satterfield is headed to Framingham. He is accused of killing his wife and his daughter's boyfriend, and shooting his pregnant daughter inside a home near Orlando.
The suspect’s mother said he is coming to “take out executives” at Cumberland Farms headquarters. Satterfield used to manage three Cumberland Farms stores in Florida, but was fired last summer.
After the overnight murders, police say he threatened to drive to Cumberland Farms headquarters in Framingham to shoot executives.
Employees leaving the headquarters Tuesday evening were well aware of the threat, and Massachusetts State Police alerted patrol units to be on the lookout for Satterfield's distinctive SUV, a 2004 red or maroon Jeep Cherokee with a wheelchair lift. The license plate, from Florida, is M968JC.
Police told 7News their plan for Cumberland Farms employees Wednesday morning will depend on the intelligence they receive Tuesday night.
"Kevin, when it came to anniversaries and stuff, he would always send Vicki flowers. And I just don't know what caused all of this to happen," said Liz Kieffer, a family friend.
Satterfield's daughter, who is 8-months pregnant, was critically wounded.
Anyone with any information is urged to call police.