(NBC News) The manhunt continues for a sniper and survivalist accused of fatally shooting a Pennsylvania state trooper and wounding his partner.
Eric Frein has been on the run for 11 days now, but police say there is evidence they are getting closer to capturing him.
“We believe that Frein has prepared and planned extensively for months or even years for this attack and his efforts to avoid apprehension,” Pennsylvania State Police Lt. Colonel George Bivens said Wednesday.
Frein is accused of gunning down Cpl. Bryon Dickson and wounding Trooper Alex Douglass during the September 12th ambush on the Blooming Grove State Police barracks.
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