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Police in Pa. search for man suspected of killing ex-wife, 5 former in-laws - CNN

VIDEO: Shooting suspect found dead in woods Police in Pennsylvania have found the body of a former marine accused of killing his ex-wife and some of her relatives. After a two-day manhunt, Bradley Stone was found dead in woods near his home. The district attorney says he died of self-inflicted wounds (CNN) -- Police in Pennsylvania mounted an intense search Monday in the Philadelphia suburbs for a man suspected of killing his ex-wife and five former in-laws, the district attorney for Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, said at a Monday night press conference.
Bradley William Stone of Pennsburg killed his ex-wife and her mother, grandmother and sister, as well as the sister's husband and 14-year-old daughter, said District Attorney Risa Vetri Ferman.
But Stone didn't harm his two daughters, who were living with his ex-wife. He took them to a neighbor's residence in Pennsburg, the last place he was seen, Ferman said.
"We do not know where he is," Ferman said. "We do not have vehicle information. We actually recovered his vehicle and his personal cellphone so we do not have information how he might be traveling."
She didn't provide a motive for the slayings. Stone was described as armed and dangerous.
Late Monday night, police agencies descended on Doylestown, Pennsylvania, to investigate a possible sighting of Stone, according to a source with knowledge of the investigation. Doylestown is about 25 miles from Pennsburg.
A "shelter in place" had been ordered in the surrounding area where the sighting occurred, according to the source, and K-9 units have been asked to respond to the area as well.
Suspect led American Legion post
The killings broke the calm in several small towns in Montgomery County, the second wealthiest county in Pennsylvania and the 51st wealthiest in the United States, according to the county government web page.
Stone served as a reservist in the U.S. Marines until 2011, mainly as a meteorologist, according to the Marines. He spent a few months in Iraq in 2008.

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