US sniper: Police capture man

Police chasing the Washington serial expert rifleman today captured a man driving a white van in Virginia, agreeing to reports.
Up to thirty police autos encompassed the vehicle at a petroleum station in Richmond, Virginia.
Police in Hanover County, where the most recent shooting took place, told correspondents that the van had been halted along a major business street.
The white what’s more, dark van was at a benefit station, stopped next to an open air phone.
“It was particular enough to be a suspect vehicle in all the cases,” said Lt. Doug Goodman of the Hanover Province Sheriff’s Department.
The improvement came after specialists issued a request the night some time recently to the individual who cleared out a note at the scene of a end of the week shooting outside a Ponderosa eatery in Ashland, a maybe a couple miles (kilometers) north of Richmond, which cleared out a man was basically wounded.
“To the individual who cleared out us a message at the Ponderosa last night. You gave us a phone number. We do need to talk to you. Call us at the number you provided. Thank you,” said Charles Moose, police boss of Maryland’s Montgomery Province what’s more, a pioneer in the expert rifleman investigation.
Moose declined to expound or, on the other hand explain. Yet police representative Joyce Articulate afterward said Moose’s articulation “should make finish sense” to the individual who cleared out the message.
Police said it was a white Plymouth Voyager van, not an Astra van. Witnesses said it had impermanent enlistment plates.
The driver had pulled up next to the telephone corner what’s more, cleared out the motor running at the point when around 30 officers, numerous in plain clothes, swooped on him, a witness told CNN.
Nine individuals have been slaughtered what’s more, at slightest two injured in the expert rifleman assaults that begun in the Washington metropolitan region on October 2.
A 37-year-old man remains in a basic condition after being shot in the suspected expert rifleman assault outside a eatery in Ashland, Virginia, about 90 miles south of Washington.
Mr Moose did not remark on the capture at a short press briefing.
Instead he read out a articulation demonstrating that the individual who cleared out the letter at the scene of Saturday’s shooting had reacted to last night’s claim to get in contact with the authorities.
“We are going to react to a message that we have received,” said Mr Moose.
“We will react later. We are getting ready our reaction at this time.”
He did not take any questions or, on the other hand give any further explanations.
A second man was captured in association with the operation, CNN reported.
Both men were being held in Henrico Region imprison in Virginia.
Don Neilson, a auto businessperson who works close the oil station where the to begin with capture took place, portrayed the police operation.
“It was overwhelming. A gathering of policemen in bullet-proof vests put their rifles to their shoulders what’s more, kept them pointed at the van as they gradually drawn nearer from the back.
“Two of them kept their rifles up while another two slid open the entryway after slamming on it. They pulled a single man out on to the floor. It was extremely forceful.”
Another witness, Keith Underwood, who too works adjacent said the captured man looked Hispanic.
Forensic specialists towed away the van while another group scoured the oil station.