Transcript for Urgent nationwide manhunt for Marine
and the urgent manhunt widening this evening for a U.S. Marine wanted for murder. Michael Brown went awol from camp Lejeune last month. Tonight, the FBI, the U.S. Marshals have all joined the search across several states now. And the new surveillance tonight. Here's ABC's chief justice correspondent Pierre Thomas. Reporter: Tonight, in their urgent effort to locate a marine deserter accused of killing his mother's boyfriend, authorities releasing these new images as a nationwide manhunt picks up pace. The FBI, U.S. Marshals and the NCIS joining the search for Michael Alexander brown, described as armed and dangerous. Believed to be carrying a high powered rifle and potentially other weapons. The murder in tiny Franklin county, Virginia, just outside of Roanoke, shocking local residents, as police have offered no motive. Brown is believed to be driving this black 2008 Lincoln town car with North Carolina license police noting that he has oft lived in the woods and he frequents national parks. Brown disappeared from camp Lejeune in North Carolina last month, but it's unclear why. The Marines tell us he was under investigation. They are declining to offer specifics. David, brown faces second degree murder charges and police are warning the public to use extreme caution if encountering authorities concerned the young man is in a volatile state. David? Pierre Thomas, thank you. And next, to the major case
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