The Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) is now assisting the Chester County Sheriff’s Office in the search for a suspect in a March murder.
According to a release from the FBI on Monday said the agency is now aiding in the search for Vangereil Miller, who has outstanding murder warrants. On Sunday March 5th, at approximately 12:30 a.m., Chester County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to a shooting in the area of Powell Drive in the northern section of Chester County.
Upon arrival, deputies found one victim deceased while four others had already been transported to the hospital. According to a release from the Chester County Sheriff’s Office at the time, a search for Miller in relation to the shooting was ongoing. Miller is 30-years-old, 5’10 and approximately 155 lbs.
“At this time, the Chester County Sheriff’s Office believes the motive for this incident originated from a previous dispute between Miller and the deceased victim, Kevin Feaster in May of 2020,” a release from the Sheriff’s Office said at the time of the incident.
Additionally, at the time of the incident, Miller was currently out on bond for an attempted murder charge from February of 2020, attempted murder, malicious injury and possession of a weapon during the commission of a violent crime in May of 2020. Miller was wearing an ankle monitor at the time of his most recent alleged crime but managed to remove it and per the FBI, has not been since the shooting incident.
Miller has the following tattoos: the letters “ABG” on his left neck; the words “GEREIL JR” and “RYIAH” on his inside right forearm along with stars and birds; a gun wrapped in vines and leaves along with the words “LOVE KILLS” on his inside left forearm; the words “DEATH BEFORE DISHONOR” on his chest; and the words “FEAR NO MAN” with numerous Bible verses written on his left rib/stomach area.
Grant Suskin, public information director for the Chester County Sheriff’s Office, said the FBI is brought in on cases when, “our investigators determine the need for additional assistance, suggest the idea to the Sheriff, and the Sheriff (approves)
If you have any information concerning Miller, you are asked to contact the Chester County Sheriff’s Office at (803)-385-5433, or the FBI at 1-800-CALL-FBI. You may also contact your local FBI office, the nearest American Embassy or Consulate, or you can submit a tip online at tips.fbi.gov.