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Vehicle of Suspect in Weekend Shooting Found, Suspect Still at Large

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RONAN - Lake County sheriff's officials have located the vehicle of the man suspected of shooting and killing his brother over the weekend.

Undersheriff Dan Yonkin said 53-year-old Harry Lozeau's 1983 Plymouth Reliant was spotted in a remote part of the Mission Mountains east of Ronan over the weekend.

Yonkin said deputies located the vehicle Monday around 8:30 a.m., but Lozeau is still at large.

Investigators said Lozeau is a suspect in the weekend shooting death of his brother, 51-year-old Terry Lozeau.

They said Terry Lozeau of the Charlo area was shot and killed in Harry's home near Ronan Saturday afternoon.

About 30 law enforcement agents are now searching for Harry Lozeau, including a helicopter from the Lake County Sheriff's Office.
Harry Lozeau is described as 5 feet, 8 inches tall, 165 pounds and Native American with black hair and brown eyes.

Terry Lozeau's body was taken to the state crime lab in Missoula for an autopsy.

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