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UPDATE: Search For Fugitive On Tubbs Hill Concludes; Suspect Still On The Loose

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  • UPDATE: Coeur d'Alene Police Investigating Possible Kidnapping

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Coeur d'Alene Police Department Press Release: 

Coeur d'Alene Police Detectives are ending their search on Tubbs Hill for fugitive Douglas Standish. He has not been located at this time. It is possible the search will continue in the daylight hours tomorrow. The public will be notified if that occurs. If anyone has any information on the location of Standish please contact the police department at 208-769-2320 or on line at policetips@cdaid.org.

Previous Coverage: 

Police in Coeur d'Alene have the area of Tubbs Hill blocked off while they search for a suspected kidnapper. 

Douglas Standish is wanted for 1st Degree Kidnapping after police say he kidnapped a woman on Monday at gunpoint. Police believe Standish is hiding out somewhere on Tubbs Hill and they are considering him armed and dangerous. 

Right now the SWAT team is on scene. 

There are six homes on Tubbs Hill, and police have been able to contact two of them. They are working on contacting the other four. 

No one is allowed in or out of Tubbs Hill at this time. 

KHQ has a crew on scene and will update you as soon as we get any additional information. 

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