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The man then drove away and was later seen on surveillance video in O’Fallon, Missouri, in a white Nissan Titan truck with a Missouri license plate.

The man appeared to be returning to Illinois. The Highland-Pierron Fire Department in Madison County wrote late Wednesday morning on Facebook, warning residents to lock their doors and stay inside.

The Clinton County Sheriff’s Office in Illinois also warned residents to lock their doors and look for two men who were previously traveling in a tanned Ford SUV that was considered “armed and dangerous.”

Around. At 1.30pm, dozens of law enforcement vehicles were gathered outside a home near Carlyle, as shown on video footage from KTVI Fox 2’s SkyFox helicopter.






Illinois house surrounded

An image from a FOX2 helicopter shows a house surrounded by law enforcement on Beaver Road northwest of Carlyle, IL, on Wednesday, December 29, 2021. The situation occurred during a two-state hunt for suspects after a sheriff’s deputy in Illinois was shot and killed. , several car capsules and a shooting in St. Peters, Mo.


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Search for suspect in shooting with deadly officer

Police released this surveillance photo of a man suspected of a car hijacking and a fatal shooting of a sheriff’s deputy in Illinois on a QuikTrip in downtown St. Louis. Peters Wednesday, December 29, 2021. (Credit: St. Peters Police Department)


St. Peter’s police described the man they were looking for as a white man, wearing a light gray hoodie, backpack and black shoes. Authorities have not released his name.

The man who was shot and hijacked in St. Peters, was taken to a local hospital with injuries that were not considered life-threatening, police said.

Agencies in the area, including soldiers from Indiana, escorted the Illinois deputy’s body to the morgue in Evansville around noon. 9:30, said Ringle.

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