Police Searching For Christopher Keeley Weymouth, Suspect In Marshfield Double Homicide

Authorities named Christopher Keeley, who is 27 years old, as a suspect in the two deaths in Marshfield on Wednesday morning.

Plymouth County District Attorney Tim Cruz said that Keeley is the main suspect in the deaths of Carl and Vicki Mattson, who were both in their 70s and lived in Marshfield. Cruz said that police found the couple “bludgeoned and stabbed” after getting a call Tuesday night to check on their well-being.

Cruz said at a press conference Wednesday morning that Keeley is a friend of the couple and that he probably changed his appearance. There is an active warrant for his arrest. He said that the police think Keeley is dangerous and armed and that the attack was not just a random act of violence.

Cruz said, “We are working hard to find him and put him in jail.” Marshfield Police Chief Phil Tavares also said that Keeley might have dyed his hair red after the possible murder.

Christopher Keeley Weymouth
Christopher Keeley Weymouth

Cruz said that Keeley took the Jeep Wrangler from the Manson family’s house and that police are trying to find it.

Cruz said that Keeley has had problems with his mental health and has “been in court before,” but he didn’t say what those problems were. He said that Keeley is thought to be from the area around Plymouth County but not from Marshfield.

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Massachusetts State Police sent out a “be on the lookout” (BOLO) alert with his last known address: 1088 Pleasant Street in Weymouth. He is white, about 5 feet 7 inches tall, weighs 140 pounds, and has blue eyes.

Christopher Keeley Weymouth

Tuesday night at 9:30 p.m., the Massachusetts State Police and the Marshfield Police Department were called to a home on Gotham Hill Drive. The Medical Examiner’s Office came early Wednesday morning after detectives had searched the house for hours.

The investigation is still going on, and Cruz asked anyone who knew where Keeley was to call the police.

“Anyone who sees KEELEY or knows where he is is asked to call State Police Trooper Cali Gately at 774-434-5999 or Marshfield Police Detective Tim Chiappini at 774-380-4289, or just call 911,” state police said in a statement.

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