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A red Nissan Maxima picked up the unidentified suspects wanted in connection with the Jan. 18 home invasion killing of a businessman, Bucks County District Attorney David Heckler said Wednesday.
Authorities want to hear from anyone who may have seen the vehicle that morning.
Joseph Canazaro, 48, was killed in his Hilltown home by two men who tied up his live-in girlfriend and her school-aged son. Canazaro owned Finn McCool's Tavern in Ambler.
The men are believed to have fled in one of Canazaro's vehicles, which was later found abandoned in Quakertown.
The red Maxima, identified as a model built between 2004 and 2008, was seen on video retrieved from the surveillance camera of the Upper Bucks Health and Diagnostic Center.
The vehicle, which arrived in the pickup area from the area of Swamp Road in Quakertown, is said to have a discoloration on its front bumper.
Anyone with information is asked to call 215-453-6011.
This is a developing story.