A former New Hampshire man who made national headlines after police say he abducted his daughter has refused to meet with homicide detectives from California.
Clark Rockefeller allegedly kidnapped his 7-year-old daughter two weeks ago during a supervised custody visit in Boston.
Now police in Los Angeles say the former Cornish, New Hampshire resident is a person of interest in a double murder case dating back 20 years. Neighbors from where Rockefeller lived in Cornish said he seemed like a suspicious person to them. Especially because he claimed he was a member of the Rockefeller family.
"I was definitely suspicious of a Rockefeller with a eastern European accent. That didn't make sense. That topped with the fact that no one in Woodstock, who legitimately were Rockefellers, has any idea who he was," said Cornish Selectwoman Merilynn Bourn.
Police believe when Rockefeller lived in California, he went by the name Christopher Chichester. But police have not been unable to determine his real identity because Rockefeller does not have a Social Security number, a driver's license or history of working.