Lloyd Alan Wabaunsee, person of interest. Courtesy: WIBW
MAYETTA, KS (KCTV/AP) -
Kansas authorities are searching for a man described as a person of interest in a shooting death in northeast Kansas.
An alert was issued Friday after 29-year-old Kevin Stanley was found shot to death late Thursday at a Mayetta home.
Jackson County Sheriff Tim Morse said Lloyd Alan Wabaunsee, 21, is listed as a person of interest and is possibly driving a dark 90s model GMC or Chevy extended-cab pickup with chrome bed rails or possibly an older gold Cadillac.
Wabaunsee is described as Native American, 5'9" tall and weighing about 180 pounds.
Morse said authorities believe he's in the Topeka area and describe him as armed and dangerous.
The Kansas Bureau of Investigation joined Jackson County authorities Friday in the investigation. A KBI spokesman said that agency is assisting at the crime scene.
Mayetta, a town of about 340 residents, is about 20 miles north of Topeka.
Authorities advise that if someone spots Wabaunsee, they call their local law enforcement immediately.
Copyright 2013 KCTV (Meredith Corp.) All rights reserved. The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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