Hanme K. Clark named as suspect in Colorado shooting
Authorities in Custer County, Colorado are on the hunt for Hanme K. Clark, the suspect in a fatal shooting. The incident left three individuals dead and one in critical condition, as reported by the Custer County Sheriff’s Office.
The shooting is believed to have stemmed from a property dispute along Rocky Ridge Road, occurring on the boundary of a wooded area, according to the sheriff’s office. Hanme K. Clark is still at large, with the sheriff’s office confirming this on Tuesday morning.
“The suspect is driving a White Ram 1500 pickup with a topper, Colorado license plate: BHLK27,” stated the sheriff’s office.
The vehicle was last sighted in Chaffee County, as per the Custer County Sheriff’s Office. Law enforcement was alerted to the shooting at approximately 1 p.m. MT on Monday after reports of gunfire. A local SWAT team responded within twenty minutes.
Three victims, comprising two men and a woman, succumbed to their injuries, with an additional woman critically injured, according to law enforcement. However, she is anticipated to recover. Both state and federal agencies have been enlisted to support the local sheriff’s office in crime scene investigation and notifying next of kin.
A shelter-in-place directive, imposed during the pursuit of the suspect, has since been rescinded.