BANGOR, Maine (NEWS CENTER) - Police in Maine are seeking two men from Rhode Island and Massachusetts in the deaths of three people whose bodies were found in a burning car in Bangor. Both men have a criminal history in Bangor.
Bangor Police Lt. Timothy Reid said Monday that 31-year-old Nicholas Sexton of Warwick, R.I., and 34-year-old Randall "Ricky" Daluz of Brockton, Mass., are considered armed and dangerous. Daluz also goes by the nickname, "Money."
"These two gentlemen have been indicted by the grand jury for three counts of murder and counts of arson. We consider them extremely dangerous. Until they are locked up I think everybody has reason to be worried," said Reid.
Investigators say a Penobscot County Grand Jury returned indictments last week against Sexton and Daluz. The two are each charged with three counts of knowing or intentional murder and one count of arson.
The fugitives are believed to have fatally shot the three victims and then set the car on fire. The three bodies were discovered early on Aug. 13 in a Bangor parking lot.
The victims are identified as 26-year-old Daniel Thomas Borders of Hermon; 24-year-old Nicolle Ashley Lugdon of Eddington and 28-year-old Lucas Alan Tuscano of Bradford.
According to Reid, they believe the connect between the fugitives and victims is drug related and believe this was a "drug homicide."
Police would not discuss the last known whereabouts of the two men. The Brockton police department was the first to release the indictment.
"We are in contact with a number of police agencies. We are not at liberty to to discuss specific agencies that we are talking to, but we are talking to a number of agencies in New England.," Reid added that they are working with police in Rhode Island and Massachusetts.
Police are asking the public for any information on these two individuals.
The Associated Press contributed to this story.