Murder of Travis Seiber by Anthony De Puisaye-Greene and Elizabeth Rogan profiled on Snapped: Killer Couples

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Snapped: Killer Couples is investigating the murder of Travis Seiber, who was shot dead by Anthony “Tony” De Puisaye-Greene and his accomplice Elizabeth “Liz” Rogan at his home in Ryderwood, Washington.

De Puisaye-Greene and Greene had been dating only a few weeks when they embarked on a crime spree involving a string of robberies that radiated out from their home in Centralia, WA, and spread through Lewis County and into the neighboring Thurston County.

In Centralia alone, they were reported to have robbed 21 businesses. The pair seemed to think of themselves as a modern-day Bonnie and Clyde.

On March 18, 2019, the couple drove south to Ryderwood in Cowlitz County, where De Puisaye-Greene hatched a plan to rob Seiber that resulted in his murder.

Rogan had previously dated Seiber in 2014 before the couple lost contact for several years. The pair had rekindled their relationship earlier that year but again ceased contact when Rogan began dating De Puisaye-Greene.

In the early hours of the morning, De Puisaye-Greene told Rogan to knock on Seiber’s door and ask to use the bathroom. The thug would use this distraction to enter the home and rob it.

De Puisaye-Greene killed Travis Seiber during a violent struggle

However, the plan went wrong, and Seiber and De Puisaye-Greene ended up in a struggle. The latter pulled out a firearm and shot 47-year-old Seiber in the face, killing him.

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De Puisaye then fled the scene with a DVD player, DVR, and a cell phone. Later that morning, paramedics found Seiber lying on his back in a pool of blood.

The Centralia cops eventually linked De Puisaye-Greene and Rogan to the string of robberies, and during the course of the investigation, the pair were also linked to Seiber’s murder.

A search of the killer couple’s home revealed a handgun which forensic officers were able to prove had been the murder weapon.

Rogan became cooperative with the police and agreed to tell them what happened. She claimed that after hearing the gunshot, she had fled the house and run straight to the car. She would have driven away, but her murderous boyfriend had the key.

Anthony De Puisaye-Greene and Elizabeth Rogan put away for Travis Seiber murder

In December 2020, De Puisaye-Greene pleaded guilty to first-degree murder. He also pleaded guilty to 16 other charges, including first-degree robbery, inflicting bodily injury, unlawful firearm possession, possession of a stolen firearm, residential burglary, intimating a witness, and a second-degree identify theft charge.

He was sentenced to 45 years in prison. Rogan was sentenced to 15 years in prison for second-degree murder.

Snapped: Killer Couples airs Sundays at 6/5c on Oxygen.

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