'Armed And Dangerous' Suspect Still At Large

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An armed and dangerous man remains on the loose after he allegedly tried to kill police.

Frank Goad, 54, was the focus of a manhunt that lasted several hours Tuesday after police say he fired at officers.

The incident started around 4 p.m. when gun shots were reported near a storage unit on Karen Lane, close to Fillmore and I-25. When police got on scene to investigate, they say Goad shot at them, then took off.

For five hours, officers searched the neighborhoods near the storage unit, as well as nearby Goose Gossage Park, where police thought Goad might be hiding. The park was closed during the manhunt.

Our crew at the scene reported seeing detectives search the park with metal detectors, but police haven't said what the purpose of the metal detectors was.

During the manhunt, one man was taken into custody. Police are not saying if this man had any association with Goad, or if he was being arrested for something unrelated.

Goad remains at large, and is to be considered armed and dangerous. He's described as a white male, 5-foot-6 and 160 pounds with gray hair and brown eyes. If you see him, do not approach him; call Springs police right away. That number is 444-7000.