SELMA, N.C. (WNCN) – A man wanted on four charges for the killing of a Raeford man and a Fayetteville woman early Monday morning is dead, according to Fayetteville police.

Rhaim Mosies Santiago, 29, has been charged with two counts of first-degree murder, one count of second-degree kidnapping and one count of attempted robbery with a dangerous weapon, a news release from Fayetteville police said.

According to Fayetteville police, Santiago is dead, however, law enforcement has not released how he died.

Santiago had been on the run after the murders of Marchellous Latrel Braddy, 33, of Raeford, and Nakea Latasha Brooks, 27, of Fayetteville just after midnight Monday, police said.

Braddy was found unresponsive in his home along the 5700 block of Aftonshire Drive and Brooks was found dead in his yard.

Family told CBS 17 Brooks was two months pregnant and Braddy was the father.

Police quickly ruled the shooting was not a murder-suicide and not random.

However, the department did not say what led to the determination of Santiago as the suspect or what led to the charges before an arrest.

Additionally, on Monday evening, a Toyota Camry linked to the deaths was found on Blount Street in Smithfield in Johnston County, according to police. The car was towed back to Fayetteville for homicide detectives to check for evidence, Fayetteville police said.

Santiago also had outstanding warrants from March 2022 from the North Carolina State Highway Patrol in Johnston County and an outstanding order for his arrest for a felony probation violation.

Both charges were not related to the Fayetteville incident.