Bureau of Indian Affairs police officers and FBI agents were still searching Tuesday for a man suspected in a shooting in the Fort Duchesne area.
The search for Bradley James Moore was ongoing after officers “exhausted all reports and have searched extensively for almost 30 hours,” according to a Monday morning Facebook post from the BIA Fort Duchesne Police Department.
And on Tuesday, the FBI said in a news release that the bureau and the BIA, as well as U.S. marshals and Utah’s Adult Probation and Parole, continue to look for Moore.
Moore is described as 32 years old, 5-foot-9 and 155 pounds. He is considered armed and dangerous, police said, people were warned not to approach him.
Police said it’s possible Moore could have been given a ride out of the area, though he had fled on foot from officers Sunday morning.
Few details of the shooting were released. The FBI release says the victim, a 22-year-old man, was shot inside a home and was flown to a hospital, where he was in critical condition on Tuesday.
Moore, who is originally from South Dakota, is known to have contacts in the Salt Lake City and Ogden areas, according to the release.
Anyone who has information about Moore’s location is asked to call 911, BIA Dispatch at 435-722-2012 or the Uintah Basin Communications Center at 435-789-4222. People in the area are asked to keep their doors locked.