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UPDATED: Manhunt still on for shooting suspect

Rochester, N.Y. - The search continues for a man police believe shot two people Wednesday on Pullman Avenue.

Police say 26-year-old Marcus Freeman was out on bail awaiting rape charges when he allegedly shot and killed Walesy Alverez, 27, and Martin Moore, 33, on Pullman Avenue Wednesday morning.

Moore remains in critical condition.

Police located Freeman's car Wednesday, and searched by air and ground but were unable to find him.

 Police say Freeman knew his alleged victims; theyre calling the case a "domestic incident."

Freeman got out of jail in 2011 for a weapons charge and he is considered to be armed and extremely dangerous.

"All I can say is that it was a gruesome scene on Pullman Avenue, said Monroe Co. D.A. Sandra Doorley. Obviously the suspectis very violent."

Freeman is 5 foot 9, weighs 183 pounds and has black hair and brown eyes.  

If you see him, police say dont approach him! Just call 911.
 
The Watts office building, where the District Attorney's office is located, will remain closed today.

A general threat led to extra security there Wednesday.
 
Doorley said the Watts building lockdown is a precaution.

 
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