Transcript for Virginia schools closed in search for Marine
Now to the other scare today. The community on lockdown after the sighting of a marine wanted for murder in Virginia. They believe the suspect may be on foot tonight. Reporter: Investigators searching for suspected murder Michael Alexander brown today finding his rv, opening up the Wallace of the vehicle to secure the scene and look for clues. Mr. Brown has not been located. We do believe he is on foot. City schools in Roanoke closed after a report brown was seen in the area. Overnight knocking on his grandmother's door. Later seen this afternoon. He could be walking around and no one noticed. Reporter: Residented are urged to she woulder in place. A lot of us are stuck inside with our kids right now, trying to convince them and explain to them why they can't go outside. Reporter: The 22-year-old marine is wanted for the murder of his mother's boyfriend, just weeks after he deserted his post at camp Lejeune. Police say said he took weapons from the home of the victim. We have reason to believe he may be armed and dangerous. And if he is confronted or pushed into a position where he feels like he has no other alternative, then he may use force. They're just get, ready to pull that rv out of the way here. Police are urging residents to make sure they lock their outside sheds and car doors and and homes and remain vigilant. If they see any sight of him, call 911. Schools are set to be in session tomorrow, but that could change. Adrian, thank you. Major new developments in the impeachment showdown. Tonight Nancy Pelosi using the
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