Police locate 'person of interest'
A man who had been described as a person of interest in the killing of a Maryland state police trooper was located Saturday by the Prince George’s county police but police said they had not arrested him.
“We want to see what information he can give us,” said Maj. Andy Ellis, a county police spokesman.
He said locating the man “will allow our investigation to continue to move forward.”
But he added, “we still have a ways to go in this investigation” of the death of the trooper, who was off duty and working as a part-time security guard at a restaurant when he was fatally shot early Friday.
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