A 13-year-old double murder suspect who was facing two counts of first-degree murder charges, as well as a charge of robbery with a dangerous weapon escaped authorities in Lumberton, North Carolina.

The juvenile, identified only as Jericho W., was last seen barefoot with leg restraints, wearing a white T-shirt and beige pants. The boy is 5-feet-tall and weighs 110 pounds. He eloped at around 12:10 p.m., on Nov. 5, Tuesday, during the court proceeding, authorities declared in a Facebook post.

Jericho W., from Lumberton, was booked under the said charges on Oct. 17 for allegedly killing his brothers Frank Thomas, 34, and Adam Thomas, 33, at a home in Belyn road in Rowland, WRAL.com reported.

He was placed with Cumberland Juvenile Detention Center since the arrest. He appeared in Robeson County Courthouse on Tuesday.

Regardless of the state law typically prohibiting law enforcement agencies to release photographs of juveniles, the North Carolina Department of Public Safety disclosed a photo of Jericho W. asking people to report any sightings.

"Division officials have a high degree of concern for the safety of both the juvenile and the public, due to a prior history of assaultive and unpredictable behavior," NBC News reported, citing the department.

Jericho W. was accompanied by 19-year-old Derrick Deshawn Hunt in both the murders. The latter is facing similar charges as Jericho W in Lumberton.

Representational image of a man in handcuffs.