PHILADELPHIA – Police say the now-dead suspect in a deadly Pennsylvania rampage had been sent back to prison over $222 worth of art prints missing from the victims' home.
Investigators are exploring the links between suspect Mark Geisenheyner and homeowners Paul and Monica Shay.
They are also checking Geisenheyner's claim that a 2006 fire at their Montgomery County home was an arson tied to an alleged insurance scheme.
Police say Geisenheyner shot five people in the head there Saturday, killing their nephew and a toddler and leaving the Shays and the boy's mother badly wounded. He was killed by police on Monday.
Authorities say he claimed Paul Shay had cheated him in an insurance scam.
North Coventry Township police say Geisenheyner was charged with possessing the stolen artwork in 2006.
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