Authorities in Minnesota are investigating the deaths of a former National Football League lineman and his wife and say the couple's son is a suspect.
Dylan John Bennett, 22, is pictured in an undated photo released by authorities in Minnesota.
Their bodies were found Wednesday in their home near Long Prairie, a small town about two hours northwest of Minneapolis.
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But sources have identified the victims as Bennett and his wife, KMSP reported. The sheriff's office called the deaths suspicious and said it's looking for Dylan Bennett, 22, the couple's youngest son.
Dylan Bennett is believed to be driving a blue 2018 Hyundai Sante Fe with Minnesota license plate number BCK487, authorities said. Och says it's believed Bennett is in another state, but did not specify which.
Och said in a statement that there is no immediate threat to public safety.
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The cause and manner of death are still under investigation, the sheriff's office said Friday.
Bennett played mostly for the Saints (1978-81), who drafted him in the third round in 1978, and Jets (1982-88).
New York Jets Barry Bennett, right, reacts after blocking Cincinnati Bengals place kicker Jim Breech's game-winning field goal attempt at Giants Stadium in New Jersey, Nov. 30, 1987. "Everyone was in shock when they heard".
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"It hit hard this morning", said Jon Kringen, superintendent for the Long Prairie Grey Eagle School District.