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Denver East High School Shooting Suspect’s Car Found in Park County

Law enforcement officials in Park County, Colorado have located a red 2005 Volvo XC90 believed to be associated with Austin Lyle, a 17-year-old high school student wanted in connection with the shooting of two school administrators at Denver East High School.

Lyle is suspected of attempted murder and is believed to have fired shots while being searched for weapons at the school.

The two administrators, identified as Deans Gerald Mason and Eric Sinclair, were hospitalized after the shooting.

Mason is in critical condition, Sinclair is in serious condition, and the other is in good condition.

The search for Lyle has led investigators to Conifer and Bailey, more than 30 miles away from Denver East High School.

According to reports, some schools in the area were put on high alert after Lyle’s cell phone pinged in Conifer.

Law enforcement officials have established a command post near Bailey, with deputies from the Park County and Jefferson County Sheriff’s Offices, as well as armed federal law enforcement partners from the Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms Bureau, on scene.

The investigation is ongoing, and more information will be released as it becomes available.

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