Transcript for Manhunt Continues for Suspect in Texas Meteorologist Shooting
trying to crack the case of the weatherman gunned down in Texas. His co-workers are assisting police trying to figure out who shot him and why. This morning, new tips are pouring in along with the details about how the gunman got away and ABC's Mara schiavocampo is here with the very latest. Good morning, Mara. Reporter: Paula, good morning. Police say they still don't have a motive for the shooting. This as the manhunt continue, the gunman hasn't been spotted since the attack and now officials are offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to his capture. This morning, police say the man in this sketch is still on the loose. Good morning, temple. Reporter: Three days after opening fire on Texas weatherman Patrick Crawford in the parking lot of Waco TV station KCEN. Eyewitnesses rushing to his aid. He said I've been shot, I've been shot. I'm in terrible pain, help me please. I heard the pop, pop, pop, pop much as much as I'm in this business and that happens all the time I never thought it would happen here. Reporter: New details emerging about the shooting. Police now saying the suspect possibly ran off into the woods after firing 13 rounds at Crawford as he was getting into his car. Three hitting the weatherman. Went and got some paper toweling out of my truck and held those on his wounds and five, six minutes later the state trooper showed up. Reporter: Crawford survived even helping create this detailed image of his attacker. And at the station where he and his wife work they've been inundated with tips after airing the image nearly nonstop. We'll do everything we can to help the police find this person. Someone out there knows who this person is. For him still to be out there and kind of nobody knows where he went. That's frustrating. Reporter: Crawford who is still at the hospital recovering says he does not know the shooter. This was a random act of violence or if it was a personal act of violence we don't know that. So we're just going to still follow up and follow up every lead we can. Reporter: Crawford had surgery for the Bullett that struck him in the abdomen. Officials say he's recovering well and even checking his fantasy football lineup from the hospital so at least he's doing better and hope for a full recovery. 13 shots fired. 13 shots fired and, again, he says he doesn't know this person. The police say they don't have a motive. Really frightening. Mara schiavocampo, thank you.
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