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DEVELOPING STORY: Detroit Police believe they may have located the car belonging to James and Jennifer Crumbley, the parent’s of the shooter at Oxford High School. The parents have not been found. US Marshals say there is a $10,000 reward for their capture.
UPDATE: The Crumbleys have been captured, according to local news reports. The search started early Friday afternoon. A team of authorities, including Detroit police and the U.S. Marshals, had been looking for the Crumbleys in an area just northeast of Downtown Detroit after their vehicle was found on Bellevue Street.
Fox 3 in Detroit reports the Crumbleys were in the basement of the building where their vehicle was found just before 2 a.m. Saturday.
DEVELOPING: With reports that the Crumbley’s vehicle was discovered in Detroit, the manhunt is now focused to where they might have gone on foot. The big questions are how long the car has been there, and… why Detroit? #crumbleyparents pic.twitter.com/LMBuCyt0i4— JB Biunno #HeyJB (@WFLAJB) December 4, 2021
#BREAKING ? Car belonging to James and Jennifer Crumbley believed to have been discovered in Detroit. Active scene unfolding. (? @LarryWDIVLocal4)— JB Biunno #HeyJB (@WFLAJB) December 4, 2021
#BREAKING: A Detroit police spokesman tells us he can confirm positive identification on the #Crumbleys’ vehicle. A civilian spotted it. Police are searching the area. https://t.co/DLgiet01B3 pic.twitter.com/KCPEo2u67q— Michael Ruiz (@mikerreports) December 4, 2021