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JUPITER, FL (WFLX) - The man accused of killing four people in Jupiter on Thanksgiving, Paul Michael Merhige, may be using aliases.
He also may be going by Carlo Rabisi or Michael Manis.
Merhige is now on the U.S. Marshals list of the top 15 most wanted fugitives.
The U.S. Marshals also confirmed Merhige bought four guns in the month leading up to the Thanksgiving day killings.
Meanwhile, Jupiter police are handing out fliers to businesses and other law enforcement agencies in the area.
Sgt. Scott Pascarella, Jupiter Police Department, says, "We're also sending that information to other local law enforcement agencies as well as the state of Florida to assist in distribution of those flyers in hopes that we get that one tip that leads to Paul Merhige."
We also have more information about Merhige's identity. We now know he has a large scar across his chest.
The reward for information leading to his arrest still stands at $35,000.
If you know anything, call Crimestoppers at 1-800-458-TIPS.