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Police: Missing man is younger brother of victim in Virginia Beach double-homicide

Collin Rodgers was last seen by his family on March 27. He has a few tattoos: a design on his forearm, and a snake and blue Pokémon on his collarbone.

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. — A day after the Virginia Beach Police Department announced officers found two people killed inside a Thalia area home, officers are looking for a missing man who is related to one of the victims.

Collin Rodgers, 20, is considered endangered because police are unsure of his whereabouts and why he went missing.

A tweet from the Virginia Beach Police Department said Rodgers was last seen by his family on March 27. He's 5'9, 140 lbs, and has a few noticeable tattoos: a design on his forearm, and a snake and blue Pokémon on his collarbone.

He could be driving a 2008 Hyundai Tiburon with the Virginia license plate 4871XH.

Investigators realized he was missing when they found Talon Rodgers and Alisa Wash, both 23, shot to death in a home on S. Boggs Avenue.

Wednesday afternoon, police confirmed that Collin Rodgers is the younger brother of Talon Rodgers. They think Collin had been temporarily living in the apartment where officers found his brother dead.

Meanwhile, a spokesman with the department said investigators are trying to unravel what they're calling a "complex" case.

Police found 23-year-olds Talon Rodgers and Alisa Wash shot and killed inside their home Monday evening, but said the shooting likely happened before that night.

A neighbor told 13News Now she called 911 Monday night when friends of the couple became worried about their whereabouts. She also said she heard loud sounds on Wednesday, March 30. 

She said the couple just got married about a month ago, describing Wash as a "ray of sunshine," and Rodgers as always helpful and kind.

A police spokesman said the family reported Collin missing because they hadn’t heard from him in a while, and are worried about him. There is no evidence to say he is, or is not, in danger.

If you've seen him, please call the Virginia Beach Police Department.

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