Barry Bennett, former National Football League player, and wife found dead in Minnesota home

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Barry Bennett, 63, and Carol Bennett, 63, were found dead in their rural Long Prairie, Minnesota, home on Wednesday afternoon, according to the Todd County Sheriff's Office. The complaint said Carol Bennett, who would've been 64 on Thursday, was shot multiple times in the back and torso.

A former National Football League lineman and his wife were found dead in their Minnesota home and authorities are looking for the couple's son, who they have named as a suspect.

Their bodies were found Wednesday in their home near Long Prairie, a small town about two hours northwest of Minneapolis. A vehicle used by Dylan Bennett was found, and on the seat was an empty box for a 9mm handgun, a box for 9mm ammunition and loose 9mm rounds.

When deputies arrived, they found Carol and Barry Bennett deceased.

They said the couple's 22-year-old son, Dylan Bennett, is a suspect and is driving a blue 2018 Hyundai Santa Fe with a Minnesota license plate with the tag number BCK 487. Dylan Bennett was living at the home at the time.

- The 22-year-old suspect charged with killing his parents in Long Prairie, Minnesota has flown to Mexico, officials said.

The complaint states a plane ticket was purchased for Dylan Bennett.

Authorities believe the Bennetts were killed Monday. Investigators are waiting for results of an autopsy to find out how the Bennett's died.

A plane ticket for Dylan Bennett was purchased and used for a flight from Columbus, Ohio to Atlanta and from Atlanta to Cancun on August 21.

He subsequently became a physical education teacher in Long Prairie, but retired, according to The Star Tribune.

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