Towanda State Police have released a shelter in place for Bradford County, Pennsylvania.
Townsquare Media spoke with Pennsylvania Towanda State Police at 8:30 a.m. on Sunday June 13 and at that time they confirmed that a shelter in place for Bradford County, specifically in areas of Ulster and East Smithfield, was still active.
The shelter in place was issued by Pennsylvania State Police just after 9:30 p.m. on Saturday, June 12, 2021. Residents are urged to lock their doors and keep an eye out for an individual named Christopher Shulas. If Shulas is seen, 911 should be called immediately.
Shulas is described as a white man who was last seen wearing black shorts, a cropped black shirt and white sneakers. No further description or photo of the suspect was shared by state police, however, WNEP has a photo of Shulas here.
State police said they responded to a call just after 7:00 p.m. on Saturday June 12 after an 18-year-old woman accused Shulas of strangling her until she passed out after accusing him for stealing his diploma money. Police say Shulas fled with two explosive devices.
According to NorthCentralPa.com, in early 2020, police were called to a house in the Township of Ulster with a family situation that ended in charges of “strangulation, endangering the well-being of children, terrorist threats, common assault and harassment“is filed against Shulas. In addition, according to WNEP, Shulas reportedly kidnapped a woman and threatened to kill an elderly couple in 2012.
The soldiers say anyone who sees Shulas should not approach him but should instead call 911 immediately.
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