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There are still no results in a manhunt in Putnam County as officials in the Hudson Valley search for alleged mall shooter Sang Ho Kim. The Putnam County Sheriff says they're not exactly sure where Kim is, but they're not giving up. YNN's Meredith Zaritheny has the latest.
COLD SPRING, N.Y. -- The manhunt continues for the man authorities say was involved in Wednesday's shooting on Long Island.
A number of police agencies are looking for Sang Ho Kim and say they do not know if he is alive or dead. They say he walked into a business in Long Island and opened fire, killing one person and seriously injuring another.
Nassau County's Police Chief says it appears the shooting was not random.
In an evening press conference, the Putnam County Sheriff says crews have searched the Hudson Highlands State Park, Little Stony Point, the railroad tracks from Great Neck to Cold Spring station and the Hudson River.
Sheriff Donald Smith says the Hudson Highlands State Park is open, but with an increased police presence.
Kim's white SUV was found abandoned at the Sandy Beach State Park in Philipstown Thursday.
Officials say they are leaving no stone unturned and the search for Kim will continue throughout the weekend.
"We have search some areas that are not accessible by ATV or even on foot. Some of the areas that were searched were searched by sort teams who were literally inserted by air. It is virtually impossible to search every square inch of the Hudson Highlands Park, but we have done the best we can and we have still not found Mr. Kim," Smith said.
Police are still looking for tips. They've opened a special tips line at (845) 808-4350.
Police are also asking the public to remain aware and be sure to lock your doors.