AUGUSTA, Maine — Maine State Police are looking for a fourth person believed to be involved in November drug-related homicide in Augusta.

Police are looking for Aubrey Armstrong, 26, of Far Rockaway, New York, Maine Department of Public Safety spokesman Stephen McCausland announced Tuesday. Armstrong was indicted by a Kennebec County Grand Jury in January.

Police say he is 5-foot-8, weighs 155 pounds, and believe he returned to New York after the homicide. Maine law enforcement personnel have been working with U.S. Marshals and New York police agencies in an effort to find him.

McCausland said Armstrong’s last known address was 2312 Oceancrest Blvd. in Far Rockaway.

Three others already have been charged in the death of Joseph Marcea, 31, who was killed inside a Washington Street apartment Nov. 23. Zina Fritze and Sean McQuade, a couple from Augusta, and Damik Davis of New York already have been charged.

Fritze died by suicide in her jail cell two days after her arrest.

McCausland said police don’t believe Armstrong has returned to Maine.

Anyone with information about Armstrong’s location is asked to call state police at 207-624-7076 or contact their local police department.

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