WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. - West Palm Beach police are asking for the public's help in solving the killing of two custodians at the Dreyfoos School of the Arts on June 19th.
Police have not had any success finding Javier Burgos who was also a janitor at the school.
The search for Burgos has now gone international.
Police think that someone in the community may know where the 53-year old is right now.
Burgos is not being named a suspect in the deaths of Ted Orama and Christopher Marshall, but is wanted for questioning in connection with their deaths.
Investigators say with a search warrant they did go inside Burgos's home and recovered weapons that are right now being forensically tested.
Police are working with agencies across the US as well as with law enforcement in other countries, though detectives won't say which nations at this point.
Burgos was last seen driving a 2010 silver Toyota Camry with Florida plate 284-PRH.
If you see Burgos, don't approach him, just call police.
Investigators say Burgos should be considered armed and dangerous and he could be anywhere.
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