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Law enforcement across the country, and here in southern Colorado, are on the lookout for a man accused of having explosive materials in his home.
The FBI, police, fire department and HAZMAT searched Ryan Kelly Chamberlain II's home in San Francisco Saturday morning and stayed at the scene through the night. The FBI told KKTV 11 News a tip lead them to the home. They won't say what they found.
Chamberlain in on the run. An FBI spokesman says they believe he is traveling alone, and could have explosives with him. He is considered armed and dangerous. The spokesman says at this time, they don't know of any threats made by Chamberlain.
Law enforcement in Colorado was alerted Sunday to be on the lookout for Chamberlain. The FBI tells KKTV 11 News it's possible he could come through Colorado on his way to another state, but as of Sunday, they have no idea where he is.
Chamberlain is 42 years old and described as a white man, 6'3" tall, and 225 pounds. He has brown hair and blue eyes. He was last seen driving a white 2008 Nissan Altima. The vehicle could have license plates from California or Texas with either of these numbers: 7FQY085 or BX9M042.
Anyone who sees Chamberlain is advised not to approach him and asked to call 911 right away.
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