A suspect wanted for a triple homicide in Omaha, Nebraska, was located this afternoon in Jackson, Tennessee, officials said.
The suspect, John W. Dalton Jr., was found "following a coordinated effort between the Nebraska USMS Metro Fugitive Task Force, the Western District USMS of Tennessee and the Tennessee Highway Patrol," the Omaha Police Department said.
A felony warrant for first-degree murder had been issued for him and police had warned he may be "armed and dangerous."
The Omaha Police Department earlier named Dalton a person of interest after three shooting victims were discovered inside a home Tuesday night. The victims were pronounced dead at the scene, police said.
Police identified the victims as 70-year-old John W. Dalton and 65-year-old Jean Dalton, who were the parents of the suspect, and 18-year-old Leonna Dalton-Phillip, who was the man's niece.
According to property deeds, John W. Dalton Jr. owns the home where the three victims were discovered.

PHOTO: John W. Dalton Jr. is seen in this undated booking photo.
Police are investigating after three people were shot to death in a home in Omaha, Nebraska, on Dec. 26, 2017.