CHICAGO Police with dogs and helicopters are acid woods and muddy areas north of Chicago for 3 armed suspects after a military officer was shot passed on Tuesday in a suburb of Fox Lake, a internal law coercion central said.
Lake County sheriff’s bureau Sergeant Christopher Covelli told Reuters a officer had died after being shot, though declined to brand him.
Covelli pronounced area residents should sojourn inside and news questionable activity.
“We have 3 offenders during large” who are believed to be armed, he told reporters during a news briefing.
The sharpened occurred progressing Tuesday morning when a officer told his military dialect that he was posterior 3 suspects on foot. When fill-in officers arrived, they found him shot and injured, Covelli said. He after died.
Trains were stopped, roads were blocked and schools were on lock-down during a widespread manhunt that encompassed in a heavily wooded area about 40 miles north of Chicago, nearby a Wisconsin border, media reports said.
McHenry and Lake County Sheriff’s offices, as good as sovereign authorities, were concerned in a search.
(Additional stating by Suzannah Gonzales; Editing by Susan Heavey)
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