The massive manhunt wanted by the man at the shooting of the Somerset County Sheriff's Cpl. Eugene Cole has entered his third day.
New Hampshire and federal agencies help find John Williams, 29, of Madison.
The FBI offers a reward of $ 20,000 for information leading to the arrest of John Williams, 29.
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Police believe Williams is included in the immediate vicinity of Norridgewock
A Friday morning press conference again called on Williams to report it to the police.
"We've learned he may want to talk to us, we're here to listen," said the Somerset County Sheriff, Dale Lancaster said.
The police said they had a good grip on Williams' whereabouts before the shooting and talked to his family.
Lancaster said the officials would leave. home looking for Williams. The police will also search an area off Martin Stream Road, but would not say why they are concentrating on the area.
Aircraft will also search the Norridgewock area as long as the weather cooperates.
Authorities said they would want to hear
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Officials said that about 200 federal, state and federal officials were involved in the search. Investigators have pursued several tracks, but were unsuccessful in the search for Williams.
Williams should be considered "extremely armed and extremely dangerous," Lancaster said.
Williams is described as 5 feet 6 inches tall, 120 pounds with blue eyes, brown hair, and a beard. Official reports that Williams has a partially shaved head with a ponytail are wrong.
The FBI has published pictures of his body tattoos in the hope that they will lead to his arrest.
A nationwide warning was issued for Williams. The FBI assists with the search.
Roadblocks, Williams Searches Search
Dozens of officers arrived at Fairfield on Bear Mountain Road Thursday morning. Police in tactical equipment stayed there for hours before leaving the scene on Thursday afternoon.
The residents said they were alert and looking for Williams. Some made sure they were armed at all times.
Tactical teams surrounded a Wednesday in Jones Street, Madison, where Williams is reportedly living with his girlfriend. The police used a battering ram on Wednesday evening to open the front door, but he was not inside.
After hours of waiting, the residents were allowed to return to their homes near the police.
Police and other first responders used checkpoints to control all vehicles that came and went in the Norridgewock area.
The Mill Electricity School was closed on Wednesday as a precaution, and other schools were put on hold. The schools had classes on Thursday, but stayed in "lock-in" mode.
Residents were asked to be aware of their surroundings and call 911 when they saw Williams.
Timeline of Cpl. Cole's Death
Officials said Wednesday between 1 am and 2 am, Williams shot Cole, then stole his fully featured cruiser, drove to the Cumberland farms in Norridgewock and stole the store.
Williams then fled the store in Coles Cruiser,
The cruiser was found just before 5 am in the deserted Martin Stream Road in Norridgewock
Lancaster said that Cole's body was on Route 2 in Norridgewock was found at 7:15 pm
Cole's death is Maines first death deadly law-enforcement shoot since March 1989 when Maine State Police Detective Giles Landry died in an incident in Leeds
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In Tennessee, he was faced with drug-related and drug-related offenses that ran back to 2008 and were revived at least once from an overdose, according to the Sheriff's Office of Shelby County
Clerk at the Haverhill District Court in Massachusetts affirmed that Williams will be in court this Wednesday He was accused of carrying a gun without a license, improper storage of the gun, possession of a large-scale feeding device and negligent operation of a motor vehicle on charges of firearm charges from March 22 after an accident on Interstate 495.
He was free for $ 10,000 bail.