A Lithuanian builder wanted on suspicion of stabbing to death a couple in their home in a rural village has been arrested on suspicion of murder.
Viktoras Bruzas, 38, was stopped by officers while he was driving in Oxshott, Surrey, shortly before 6pm, Surrey Police said tonight.
A manhunt was launched after the bodies of Patrick and Gillian Kettyle, who were in their 50s, were found in Fetcham, Surrey at 12.30am by a member of the family, believed to be one of their teenage children.
The middle-aged couple died in a "sustained" and "violent" attack in their home in the middle of the night in a leafy rural Surrey village of Fetcham.
A massive manhunt was launched for Lithuanian builder Viktoras Bruzas, who officers believe is the prime suspect.
The couple, who are in their 50s, were found at 12.30am today by a member of the family, believed to be one of their teenage children.
A knife with what appeared to be a bent and broken blade was later found in a street adjoining The Copse around 500 yards from the property.
Detective Superintendent Nick May, from the Surrey and Sussex Major Crime Team, said: "At this stage we believe that the offender entered the property at some time after midnight and subjected the victims to a sustained attack."
A second man in his 30s was arrested in Walton-on-Thames this morning on suspicion of conspiracy to commit murder. He has since been bailed, pending further inquiries.
Police confirmed that Bruzas and the Kettyle family were known to each other, but refused to be drawn on the nature of the relationship other than to say it was an "important part" of their investigation.
Mr Kettyle is listed as the managing director of building development company Kettyle Ltd, which has been running for 29 years. Its registered address is the family home.
A neighbour walking her dog said she thought he had inherited the company from his father.
Mr May also refused to comment on whether Bruzas was known to police in the UK.
He said: "We are very interested to find him and we are doing everything that we can to find him.
"There have been no calls to that address in connection to this man or this incident in the past."
Lithuanian officials said that, based on inquiries so far, that Bruzas was not known to the police in his country of origin.
A spokeswoman for the Lithuanian Criminal Police Bureau said: "So far, Victoras (sic) Bruzas was not known to Lithuanian police."