Slain Baltimore officer's gun found in lot where he was shot

Search continues for suspect accused of killing Baltimore homicide detective victim lived in York County

Search continues for suspect accused of killing Baltimore homicide detective victim lived in York County

Sean Suiter was shot in the head Wednesday night and died Thursday at Baltimore Shock Trauma.

Davis said a manhunt was underway for a "heartless, ruthless, soulless killer" who shot the detective who was "just doing his job", working in a troubled area of the city grappling with high crime rates.

Detective Sean Suiter, an 18-year veteran, was 43 and married with five children who ranged in age from 14 to 24.

There was a $69,000 reward for information that leads to the shooter's arrest, that has been increased to $169,000 with Gov. Larry Hogan announcing the State is offering $100,000 to go along with the previous reward amount.

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Wednesday's shooting of the police officer comes amid a particularly violent period in Baltimore: So far this year, the city of roughly 620,000 inhabitants has seen more than 300 homicides. He was taken to a nearby hospital and was pronounced dead the next day.The person who shot him remained at large, while local and federal authorities continued the hunt for the suspect Thursday.

"With this community, we're going to identify him, we're going to arrest him, and we're going to ensure justice is done", Davis said. Davis said police believe one or two people may know or suspect who killed Suiter, and the shooter may have interacted with people in the hours since shooting Suiter.

"He may be wounded", Davis says. He was dressed from head to toe, like every other homicide detective in Baltimore is dressed: full suit, tie, badge displayed on his waistband. "This kind of violence can not be tolerated", she said.

"We grieve for his loss, and for the pain and suffering that will be endured by his family and friends", Ryan said. "We will take it from here". "Sixty-nine thousand dollars is the reward that is being offered to anyone with information that can help us solve this case".

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