Video shows person of interest in stabbing death of married couple, Daytona Beach police say

Daytona Beach police have released a video of a “person of interest” they are attempting to identify in the stabbing deaths of a married couple over the weekend. The video, which can be viewed above, shows a man in a black cowboy hat and white pants. The man is believed to have been walking east along Seabreeze Boulevard towards A1A. The time stamp on the video was 12:09 am, about an hour and a half before two people were found stabbed to death.The victims, 48-year-old Terry Aultman and 55-year-old Brenda Aultman, were found Sunday morning in the 700 block of North Wild Olive Avenue with multiple stab wounds and lacerations.Investigators said the victims were married and were riding their bikes home from Main Street when they were attacked. Right now, they can not explain what the motive could be. “This is probably one of the most vicious and gruesome incidents that I’ve witnessed in my 20 years,” Chief Jakari Young said. “We can not rule out that this may be totally random, but if it is totally random, the person responsible has to be deranged.” Though its a busy time of year where people tend to blend in during bike week and spring break, detectives are hoping this person of interest stands out and someone recognizes him.Residents near the horrific scene are gathering Tuesday night for a pre-planned neighborhood watch meet up.Sue Odena says they were supposed to be talking about putting out Easter eggs, but now , the conversation will be much different. “It’s just horrendous,” she said.It was her surveillance that police first looked at where they saw an image of a person on the block at the same time the couple was killed. She’s glad detectives found much clearer pictures and video, but like everyone else in the community, she remains unnerved at the seemingly random nature of the crime. Police previously told WESH 2 the Aultmans still had their valuables on them. “There’s a lot of neighbors that are close, so yeah, we’re all upset,” Odena said.All of the pictures and video released by police come from the same general area of ​​Seabreeze Blvd. Anyone who knows who the man in the video is or where police can find him is asked to contact Detective Collin Howell at 386-671-5257 or HowellCollin@DBPD.us regarding case No. 220003866.

Daytona Beach police have released a video of a “person of interest” they are attempting to identify in the stabbing deaths of a married couple over the weekend.

The video, which can be viewed above, shows a man in a black cowboy hat and white pants.

The man is believed to have been walking east along Seabreeze Boulevard towards A1A.

The time stamp on the video was 12:09 am, about an hour and a half before two people were found stabbed to death.

The victims, 48-year-old Terry Aultman and 55-year-old Brenda Aultman, were found Sunday morning in the 700 block of North Wild Olive Avenue with multiple stab wounds and lacerations.

Investigators said the victims were married and were riding their bikes home from Main Street when they were attacked. Right now, they can not explain what the motive could be.

“This is probably one of the most vicious and gruesome incidents that I’ve witnessed in my 20 years,” Chief Jakari Young said. “We can not rule out that this may be totally random, but if it is totally random, the person responsible has to be deranged.”

Though its a busy time of year where people tend to blend in during bike week and spring break, detectives are hoping this person of interest stands out and someone recognizes him.

Residents near the horrific scene are gathering Tuesday night for a pre-planned neighborhood watch meet up.

Sue Odena says they were supposed to be talking about putting out Easter eggs, but now, the conversation will be much different.

“It’s just horrendous,” she said.

It was her surveillance that police first looked at where they saw an image of a person on the block at the same time the couple was killed. She’s glad detectives found much clearer pictures and video, but like everyone else in the community, she remains unnerved at the seemingly random nature of the crime. Police previously told WESH 2 the Aultmans still had their valuables on them.

“There’s a lot of neighbors that are close, so yeah, we’re all upset,” Odena said.

All of the pictures and video released by police come from the same general area of ​​Seabreeze Blvd.

Anyone who knows who the man in the video is or where police can find him is asked to contact Detective Collin Howell at 386-671-5257 or HowellCollin@DBPD.us regarding case No. 220003866.

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