Memphis police are urging residents to stay indoors as they hunt an “armed and dangerous” 19-year-old who went on a rampage in multiple locations across the city
- A 19-year-old man suspected of being responsible for two shootings in Memphis has fled to Arkansas
- He drives a gray Toyota SUV and is said to have crossed the state border around 7 p.m
- Police say he recorded the shootings on Facebook Live
- Two shootings have been reported in the city so far
A 19-year-old man believed to be responsible for the shooting deaths of at least two people in Memphis, Tennessee, has fled to Arkansas.
The suspect has not been identified, but police warn the man is roaming the city in a gray Toyota SUV shooting at people.
Police say he live streamed his gory labor.
The Memphis police are looking for this man allegedly responsible for several shootings in the city
Two shootings have been reported so far. One at a BP gas station on South Parkway and a woman seriously injured on Norris Road near I-240, according to Fox 13.
The police do not have the exact whereabouts of this man at this time.
Memphis Police said the Infiniti he is in allegedly has a red dealership plate and a cracked rear window.
Police don’t know where the man is at this time, but believe he is armed and dangerous.
They are telling townspeople to stay indoors, but if they see him to call 911.
“The suspect is still at large. If you don’t have to be outside, stay inside until the issue is resolved,” the Memphis Police Department warned on Facebook.
The manhunt has crossed state lines, according to Arkansas station KAIT8, which reported he entered Crittenden County. A live stream from the Interstate 55 bridge shows the Arkansas State Police blocking a lane.