Update: It could be the break we've been waiting for. Investigators want you to look at these pictures. They want to find these men to question them about the murders of a mother and daughter found dead at the Boca Raton Town Center Mall.
There are two men that have thousands of people across South Florida looking for them. As cops try to track down those men, we tracked down one of their roommates.
The roommate is in disbelief, but says he is not surprised. "Ain't nothing in life worth taking someone else's life, nothing, nothing you can go through in life."
Emotions running deep in talking about an emotional crime, the former roommate of a man now wanted in connection with the killings of a mother and daughter in Boca breaks his silence.
"He's the type of person who's out here into the street life. You know what I'm saying? He's into drugs, into guns, into fast money.
"He" is this man's former roommate, 40-year-old David Goodman. Authorities believe Goodman may have vital information related to the murders of Nancy and Joey Bochicchio.
According to this man, Goodman used to live in a building in Miami which was once a Christian Recovery Center.
The other man wanted is simply known as Charles. Police believe he had access to the victim's cell phone after the murders. "We do know at some point, he did have it in his possession after the crime up at Town Center Mall."
Despite the new police leads, the memorial outside of the Bochicchio's West Boca home continues to grow. Flowers, candles and teddy bears - all a solemn tribute to the mother and child.
"There's a lot of anger; there's a lot of rage. I'm surprised people are still out there like that."
The Bochicchio's funeral is set for Thursday. We spoke to the priest Tuesday night who will be presiding over what he expects will be a packed service. He still wasn't sure what he would be saying, but he may mention how changing times make certain circumstances unsafe - especially for small children.
The search is still going on for the man in this sketch seen at your top left. He's a suspect in the August robbery at the same mall where two people were tied up. Police say he may also have a connection to the murders.
The bottom line: Police are looking for all three men.
If you've seen any of them, call Palm Beach County Crime Stoppers at 1-800-458-TIPS.
A wake for Nancy and Joey Bochicchio will be held Wednesday from 2 to 9 p.m. at the Babione Funeral home in Boca Raton. Their funeral will be Thursday at St. Jude Catholic Church in Boca Raton at 10 a.m.
Previously: There's now national attention in the case of a mother and daughter found murdered at the Town Center Mall. Boca Raton's mayor says America's Most Wanted and CNN's Nancy Grace are on the story.
Our partners at the Palm Beach Post just got this new picture showing Nancy Bochicchio and her young daughter, Joey. The two were found bound and shot to death in their SUV outside the Sears store last week.
Boca Police have now enlisted the help of the FBI. Boca's Mayor says the National Attention can both help and hurt the city. "This helps broadcast that and maybe will help us solve the case. Obviously, we don't want national media coverage about an incident in Boca Raton that's not really representative of our community."
Police released this sketch of the man they are looking for. This description is based on another incident at the Town Center Mall of a mother and child found bound and robbed.
There is a $350,000 reward for information that leads to an arrest.
The Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office tells us they are comparing some of their cases to see if this same guy could be a suspect.