Bodies of missing Washington couple found in remote area

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Patrick Shunn, 45, and Monique Patenaude, 46. John Reed (top) and Tony Reed (bottom)

Patrick Shunn, 45, and Monique Patenaude, 46. John Reed (top) and Tony Reed (bottom).

The bodies of a Washington State couple who went missing last month after failing to show up at a concert with friends have been found in a remote area a few miles north of their home, according to ABC News.

Detectives used information they received from suspect Tony Reed, who helped them pinpoint the exact location of Patrick Shunn, 45, and Monique Patenaude, 46.

On April 11, Shunn and Patenaude had planned to go to an Iron Maiden concert in Tacoma but never arrived.

Days later, police announced they had probable cause for the arrest of Tony Reed and his brother, John. Tony Reed, 49, was arrested on May 16 at the U.S.-Mexico border. He was charged with two counts of first-degree murder, unlawful possession of a firearm, assault, violation of a no-contact order and driving with a suspended license.

Tony Reed is in jail under a $5.225 million bond.

The brothers fled to Mexico after the murder, according to police. John Reed is still at large. Investigators said they found a car belonging to him on April 16 in Ellensburg, Washington.

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