Tips needed to find man wanted in double slaying
Cameron Dorsey considered person of interest in relatives' deaths
A southeast Houston man wanted for questioning in the brutal deaths of two family members remained missing on Friday.
Thursday morning, Clements Vincent Dorsey, 89, a church pastor, and his daughter, Barbara Alexander, 61, were found slain at their home on 8100 block of Dover.
Autopsy results are pending, however police said it appeared they had been severely beaten.
Houston police believe Cameron Dorsey, 20, left the scene of the crime in his grandparents 2004 Toyota 4Runner.
The SUV is said to have two different license plates including a Texas handicap plate 8DFBW and another Texas plate, 467WNT.
Cameron Dorsey appears to have a prominent presence online. Family friends identified him on a YouTube clip where he is playing a keyboard and speaking into a camera.
A Twitter account by the same name makes several references to violence, sex and lewd acts.
Local 2 Investigates found Cameron Dorsey has been in trouble with the law previously. In 2011, he was charged with theft from the elderly. He received three years supervised probation.
Anyone with information about Cameron Dorsey or the missing SUV should call Crime Stoppers of Houston at 713-222-TIPS.