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Eric Frein Search Now Focused on Abandoned Hotel in Poconos

By    |   Friday, 26 Sep 2014 10:25 AM

The search for fugitive survivalist Eric Frein, accused of the fatal ambush at a state police barracks in Pennsylvania, was focused on Friday morning an abandoned hotel in the Pocono Mountains.

The Associated Press reported a state police spokesman as saying trackers were sent to the Buck Hill Inn, close to the main search area in Barrett Township.

Trooper Tom Kelly says 31-year-old Frein was known to visit the hotel when it was open. The 400-room hotel, built more than a century ago, has been closed since 1991.

Frein is accused of opening fire two weeks ago outside the Blooming Grove barracks in northeastern Pennsylvania, killing one trooper and injuring a second. He's eluded a massive manhunt that includes hundreds of law enforcement officials.

Police plan to give an update on the search later Friday.

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The search for fugitive survivalist Eric Frein, accused of the fatal ambush at a state police barracks in Pennsylvania, was focused on Friday morning an abandoned hotel in the Pocono Mountains.
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