Custer County officials named Hanme K. Clark as a suspect in the shooting.
Authorities said they are searching for a suspect in a rural Colorado shooting that left three people dead and one in critical condition.
A dispute over property on Rocky Ridge Road may have led to a shooting along a “property line in the wooded area,” according to a release by the Custer County Sheriff’s Office.
The suspect — identified by authorities as Hanme K. Clark — remains at large, the sheriff’s office said Tuesday morning.
“Suspect is driving a White Ram 1500 pickup with a topper, Colorado license plate: BHLK27,” the sheriff’s office said.
The vehicle was last seen in Chaffee County, Colorado, according to the Custer County Sheriff’s Office.
Law enforcement responded to the scene at about 1 p.m. MT Monday to a report of shots fired, officials said. A local SWAT team responded about 20 minutes later.
Three people — two men and a woman — had been fatally shot, law enforcement said. Another woman who was shot was in critical condition but is expected to survive, the sheriff’s office said.
State and federal agencies are assisting the local sheriff’s office with processing the crime scene processing and notifying the victims’ relatives.
A shelter-in-place order that had been implemented amid the search for the suspect has since been lifted.
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