Police say a car belonging to a man wanted for questioning in a New York fire that killed his mother and two others has been discovered in New Hampshire, but the man, his girlfriend and infant son are nowhere to be found.
State police say 23-year-old Matthew Slocum is the son of Lisa Harrington, who died in the fire Wednesday in White Creek, 35 miles northeast of Albany. The early fire also killed Harrington's husband and his son.
Police say Slocum may be holding his girlfriend, Loretta Colegrove, against her, will along with their infant, Raymond. Amber alerts were issued in New York and New England.<br /> New Hampshire State Police confirmed that Slocum's black Mustang was found in Gilsum, but Slocum, the woman and the baby were still missing.