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Police searching for armed boyfriend of woman found dead in Beaver apartment

| Monday, June 6, 2016, 5:06 p.m.

Police are searching for the ex-boyfriend of a woman found dead in her Beaver County home.

Officers found Addaleigh Amelia Huzyak, 30, shortly after 9 a.m. Monday in her Third Street home in Beaver, according to Beaver County District Attorney David Lozier.

Huzyak recently broke up with Edward Lowe Baker Jr., 26, police told Tribune-Review news partner WPXI-TV.

Baker's co-workers told police Baker may have hurt or killed Huzyak. Police are investigating her death as a possible homicide, Lozier said.

Investigators believe Baker is armed and may have fled the state.

“We are working with his friends and family to convince him to turn himself in,” Lozier said.

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