Shooting in Alburn, Alabama, killing a policeman and injuring two

Shooting in Alburn, Alabama, killing a policeman and injuring two
Officials said officers in Auburn city responded to reports of domestic disturbances before midnight.

Garrett Haake, Kimberly Flores Guzman, by Kurt Chirbass and Alexander Smith
Auburn, Ala - Police followed the camouflage cloth and body armor to pursue an armed suspect after shooting a policeman in a trailer park in Alabama on Sunday night.

Officials said the officials were shot while responding to a report of domestic disturbances in Aubhard's Arrowhead Trailer Park.

Lee County Coroner Bill Harris said that an officer died later in the emergency room. The police said that the other two are expected to be cured.

According to Paul Register of Head of Auburn Police Department, the authorities are now looking for a suspect named Grady Wayne Wilkes. Wilkes is said to be "armed and definitely dangerous," the chief said.

He said that the authorities "will do whatever" to keep him in custody.

The registrar said in a press conference, "This is probably the worst day of my time and words can not express the loss of this family, our family and this community."

The State of Alabama issued a Blue Emergency Alert, which is applicable when a law enforcement agent dies or gets injured and the culprit is on a large scale, asking the public to help him find Wilks.

He told him a white man, 29 years old, 6 feet, 4 inches tall and 215 pounds. He said that he was last seen in the armor with armor and helmets in Caravan Park in armor clothes.

He said, "It is believed that this is a serious risk to the public."

Hob from Auburn, Flores Guzman and Chirbas from New York, Smith reported from London.

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