TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) -- A nearly two-hour standoff at a house in Topeka, Kansas, has ended with police removing a man -- described by a TV station as the suspect in the shooting deaths of two police officers.
The station (KMBC) showed officers surrounding the home early today.
Officers have been hunting for a 22-year-old man who is suspected in the killing of two Topeka police officers yesterday. The officers were shot outside a grocery store while responding to a report of a suspicious vehicle.
Early today, officers lobbed tear gas into the home, several apparent gunshots rang out and a police dog dragged something from the house. Reporters said a man who was not moving was removed from the building.
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