Police are wanting to inspect blood found close to a chicken coop Saturday to check whether it fits in with a man who is associated with ambushing a Pennsylvania State Police sleeping enclosure and has evaded catch for more than six weeks.
The holder of the property in Barrett Township, where the blood was discovered, sent WNEP-TV photographs of police gathering specimens of the blood that turned up close to the chicken coop and on a close-by strolling trail.
Joyce Aleckna advised the station agents are going to test the specimens in a lab to check whether the blood has a place with 31-year-old survivalist Eric Frein, who is blamed for opening fire outside the Blooming Grove state police encampment Sept. 12, slaughtering a trooper and genuinely injuring an alternate.
Aleckna told WNEP that none of her creatures were harmed and are bolted up behind wall, recommending there was no conceivable clarification for how the blood got there.
Many cops are scanning for Frein in the forested areas close to his guardian’s home in Canadensis. A weekend ago the inquiry zone was extended after a lady said she saw Frein close Pocono Mountain East High School in Monroe County. Frien went to the school when he was more youthful. Powers said a conceivable thought process in the shooting is Frein’s profound contempt of police.
Police have effectively tried blood found on yards of two homes for a connection to Frein. DNA testing affirmed the blood was not his.