Manhunt underway for Colorado shooter after 3 killed, 1 injured over property dispute, with the suspected gunman identified as Hanme K. Clark, 45, according to the Custer County Sheriff’s Office. The shooting occurred in a wooded area on Monday around 1 p.m., resulting in the deaths of two men and a woman, with another woman critically injured but expected to survive. Authorities have called for anyone with information on Clark’s whereabouts to call 911.
Custer County Sheriff Rich Smith issued a shelter-in-place order while deputies searched for the suspect, which has now been lifted. Clark is believed to be driving a white Ram 1500 pickup with a topper and license plate BHLK27. The shooting is suspected to be the result of a property dispute.
The manhunt for Clark is ongoing, as law enforcement officers continue their search. The motive behind the shooting and the details of the property dispute have not been fully disclosed. Residents in the area are advised to remain vigilant and report any sightings of the suspect to the authorities.
This tragic incident has left the community in shock and mourning for the lives lost. The Custer County Sheriff’s Office is working diligently to bring the shooter to justice and provide support to the victims and their families. Additional updates on the manhunt will be provided as authorities work to apprehend the suspect, Hanme K. Clark.