A person of interested wanted in connection to a double homicide in Pennsylvania has been apprehended in West Virginia according to the United States Marshals Service.

The St. Johns County Sheriff's office and the United States Marshals Service were both searching for Jack Elijah Turner, 21, who they say lived in St. Augustine before moving to Pennsylvania.

The U.S Marshals say that Turner was caught Wednesday afternoon on board a Greyhound bus that departed from the downtown Jacksonville bus station on Tuesday around 4 p.m. The bus was headed to Pennsylvania

OLDER STORY: Person of interest in Pennsylvania double homicide may be in St. Johns County

Turner was wanted for theft out of Pennsylvania, but authorities say he is also a person of interest in an Aug. 10 double homicide investigation conducted by the Pennsylvania State Police.

SJSO announced Tuesday that the United States Marshals Service is searching for Jack Elijah Turner, 21, who they say lived in St. Augustine before moving to Pennsylvania.

Turner is wanted for theft out of Pennsylvania, but authorities say he is also a person of interest in an Aug. 10 double homicide investigation conducted by the Pennsylvania State Police. 

Turner is considered armed and dangerous and is also wanted for an Aug. 11 armed robbery targetting a convenience store in Ohio, deputies say.

The sheriff's office says Turner was in St. Augustine as recently as the last 18 hours and has been spotted in the city three times.

If you have any information on Turner's whereabouts, call 911 or the United States Marshals Service at 1-800-336-0102.