Manhunt: Manhunt underway for man in Minnesota condo
The search for a man wanted in a shooting that left two women dead is on.
The FBI and the St. Paul Police Department are hunting for 26-year-old Joseph L. Raskulineko of Minnesota.
Rasksi’s girlfriend was killed in a separate shooting outside the home on March 8.
He was shot by officers outside the condo.
The shooting occurred shortly after 6 p.m. on the 1100 block of South 5th Avenue.
The victims were identified as 26-month-old Kaitlyn E. Hargrave and her 2-year old son.
Both victims were inside the condo when they were shot.
Hargerave, a teacher, and Hargret were shot in the head and pronounced dead at the scene.
The boy was treated for minor injuries.
Police are still searching for two other men who fled the condo after the shooting and were reported missing.
Police say they are trying to find the men by locating their vehicles and using surveillance video to track their movements.
Authorities said they did not believe Rasku is connected to any crimes.
They did not say if he had any prior criminal history.
Police said they are still looking for surveillance video from the scene of the shooting.
Ransik is described as a white man with a short, goatee and short brown hair.
He is 5-feet-9-inches tall, about 140 pounds, and was last seen wearing a red jacket, gray jeans, a dark gray sweatshirt and white Nike sneakers.
He may be driving a silver Nissan Titan SUV with a Minnesota license plate, which is in a red or blue color.