Examples of manhunt in a Sentence
After several days of searching, the sheriff called off the manhunt.
The FBI launched a manhunt to find the kidnappers.
Recent Examples of manhunt from the Web
The next year, Keflezighi returned to the marathon as a competitor with four names scribbled on his bib — honoring the people killed at the race as well as a law enforcement officer who was slain by the bombers during a subsequent manhunt.
Scott Ostrem was taken into custody hours after police launched a manhunt for him, the Thornton, Colorado, Police Department announced on Twitter Thursday.
Prosecutors argued that Bergdahl’s actions triggered an intensive manhunt and called witnesses to describe serious injuries sustained in the search.
After a large manhunt on Friday, police announced the arrest of Arron Lawson in connection with the Wednesday deaths of four people in Lawrence County, Ohio.
Officials had launched a massive manhunt for 23-year-old Aaron Lawson, who is charged with multiple counts of murder.
Papini’s disappearance sparked a massive manhunt and a $50,000 reward for information leading to her whereabouts — as well as many theories about what happened to the now 35-year-old mother of two.
The shooting followed a massive manhunt that started in Escambia County and ended in Santa Rosa County.
Video of Harris being pummeled with pipes and boards made the rounds in the media as online activists launched a virtual manhunt for his attackers.
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