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AMERICAN FORK, Utah (AP) — Police are still searching for the suspect believed to have shot an American Fork convenience store clerk on Christmas Eve.

The Deseret News reports ( that American Fork police on Tuesday released surveillance images of 49-year-old Michael Darrin Lowe, who is accused of shooting his estranged wife while she worked on Saturday. The victim, Tina Marie Lowe, remained in critical condition on Tuesday.

Police say they hope the images will allow the public to help them locate Darrin Lowe. The man's abandoned car was found by Lehi police late Saturday afternoon but he has not been found.

Anyone with information about the incident is asked to contact American Fork police.


Information from: Deseret News,

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