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Police seek 'armed and dangerous' person after 2 dead in southern Utah shooting

The Washington Police Department investigates the scene of a fatal shooting in Washington, Tuesday.

The Washington Police Department investigates the scene of a fatal shooting in Washington, Tuesday. (Mori Kessler, St. George News)


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WASHINGTON, Washington County — The corner of Indian Knolls Drive and Chinook Drive was taped off Tuesday evening as Washington, Washington County, police investigated a fatal shooting. The alleged shooter was still at large, police said.

About 7:03 p.m., the Washington Police Department received reports of shots fired at 1039 E. Chinook Dr., Washington Police Lt. Kory Klotz told St. George News at the scene. When officers arrived, they entered the residence as the door was open.

"They did find two deceased victims — both adults, one female, one male," he said. "As they cleared the rest of the residence, they found evidence of a homicide."

There was no suspect on the scene, but through their investigation, police identified Collin Bailey as a suspect. Bailey is transitioning to female and goes by Mia Bailey, Klotz said.

She is 28 years old, 5-foot-10 and 130 pounds. She has hazel eyes and brown hair. She wears wigs, so her hair could be long or short. Klotz said Bailey was last seen leaving the area in a mustard-colored 2014 Kia Soul with a Utah license plate that reads "U069GF."

Read the entire story at St. George News.

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