Police say that the man who shot and killed four people in Ohio has been caught after a manhunt.
Four people were killed in two shootings in Dayton, Ohio, and the main suspect has been caught, police said Saturday.
The Lawrence Police Department in Kansas caught 39-year-old Stephen Marlow, said Butler Township Police Chief John Porter at a press conference. Around 10 p.m., the suspect was caught.
Porter said that the local government is making plans to extradite Marlow.
This ends the search for Marlow, who was thought to be armed and dangerous and was being looked for in several states. On Friday, a teen girl and her mother were both shot near Dayton.
On Friday morning, the bodies of Eva and Clyde Knox were found in their home. Soon after, the bodies of Sarah Anderson and her 15-year-old daughter Kayla were also found.
After the shootings, the man left the state in a white 2007 Ford Edge SUV with an Ohio license plate.
On Friday, four counts of aggravated murder were brought against Marlow.
Before the person was caught, on Saturday, a federal arrest warrant was issued by the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Ohio on a charge of illegally running away from the law.