Last night, the bodies of a Staten Island couple were found fatally stabbed in their home in the Annadale section—the couple's daughter called police after seeing blood in the front hall (a relative said, "She knew something was bad in there. She didn't want to go in. She left right away and called 911")—and it's believed their son killed them before leaving the country. The Staten Island Advance reports, per its sources, "Eric Bellucci took their Honda pickup truck, drove to Newark Liberty International Airport and fled to Israel, where Israeli and NYPD cops are hunting him today."

Bellucci, a Stuyvesant High School and Williams College graduate, is the lone suspect for the killings of his father, Arthur Bellucci, 61, and mother, Marian Bellucci, 56. The Advance adds that his sister, Vanessa Bellucci, 25, who made the 911 call, "had moved out of the house because of conflicts with the brother, whom she said was schizophrenic, sources said. She told police she had seen her parents on Tuesday night. Arthur Bellucci turned in shotguns and a pistol to the 123rd Precinct stationhouse in Tottenville a few weeks ago, worried his son might use them." Bellucci is, reportedly, a gun collector.

Police Commissioner Ray Kelly said that Bellucci was staying with a friend in Israel, "He is in Tel Aviv, and we're working with authorities there. We have an officer there. So, obviously, we're working through him." His uncle, Joe Ciervo, said that Marian Bellucci had taken her son to a fashion show in Manhattan, but he became unhinged after that, explaining to the News, "Eric was delusional in the city because he said, 'See the guy on that table? He was looking to hurt us - I took care of it.' You know, he's nuts. He's a freakin' nut."

A family friend said his family tried to get him to take his medication, but "he refused. He said there was nothing wrong with him," while another said that Marian Bellucci "loved her son dearly. She was afraid to call... the cops [last week], she was worried about him." Bellucci worked with his mother and sister at a NJ-based home health care company his mother founded.