(AUBURN, Ala.) -- Authorities continue to search for a 22-year-old suspect in connection with the shooting at an off-campus party near Auburn University, in which three people were killed and three others injured.
U.S. Marshals and local law enforcement searched a house in Montgomery, Ala. on Tuesday night, where they believed suspect Desmonte Leonard was hiding out.
Leonard allegedly pulled a gun during a pool party brawl and opened fire Saturday night. Two of the people killed were ex-Auburn football players, and a current player was among the wounded.
Leonard, who was wanted on three counts of capital murder, allegedly fled to Montgomery after the shooting.
Montgomery Mayor Todd Strange said police received two tips that someone who looked like Leonard was in the house, and they quickly surrounded the residence. After firing tear gas into the home, and hearing coughing and movement inside, no one came out.
After it became apparent that the tear gas would not get whoever was in the house to come out, a police SWAT team went in and police said they had gone up to the house's attic, where it was believed the man was hiding.
Rewards totaling $15,000 are being offered for information leading to Leonard's apprehension. The FBI is offering $10,000 of the reward and the U.S. Marshals Service is offering $5,000.
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