A 21-year-old man named as a person of interest in connection with a double murder in Pennsylvania was seen in the St. Augustine area Tuesday, according to the St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office. On Wednesday, he was taken into custody at a bus station in Charleston, W.Va.

Jack Elijah Turner, who lived in St. Augustine before moving to Pennsylvania, was wanted for questioning in connection to the slayings of his stepmother and 10-year-old half brother on Aug. 10.

According to the Sheriff’s Office, there were three confirmed sightings over an 18-hour period Tuesday in Central St. Johns County, but the Sheriff’s Office said Wednesday morning that investigators believed he was no longer in area.

“Sorry, we cannot share further on how or why they have made the determination, but we wanted to update everyone that he is not believed to be here at this time,” Sheriff’s Office spokesman Chuck Mulligan wrote in a release.

The Sheriff's Office announced Wednesday afternoon that Turner was taken into custody by U.S. Marshals and Charleston Police. U.S. Marshals declined to give more details on the capture to The Record, but News4Jax.com reported that Turner hopped on a bus in Jacksonville and bought a ticket to Erie, Pa., using a fake name.

Turner was described as 5 feet, 11 inches tall with dark brown eyes and a tattoo on his right hand and was considered armed and dangerous before his capture.

Turner is also suspected in an Aug. 11 armed robbery of a convenience store in Ohio.