New Photos of Montgomery County Shooting Spree Suspect Bradley Stone

Police have fanned across Montgomery County searching for Bradley Stone, accused of killing six and seriously wounding another.

Police are now fanning across Montgomery County to search for Bradley Stone, Montgomery County District Attorney Risa Vetri Ferman told reporters at a press conference late Tuesday morning. At that time, she released new photos of Montgomery County shooting spree suspect Bradley Stone — one digitally altered to show him clean-shaven, since it is known he recently shaved.

Though they hunted for him there last night, authorities no longer believe Bradley Stone is in Doylestown. “He was known to frequent places we thought he might be. As you know, we followed up on leads in Bucks County,” Vetri Ferman said. “At this moment, it appears those leads were not valid, and we have discontinued pursuing them.” Teams are now concentrating on the northwest part of Montgomery County, she said.

Stone is accused of killing his ex-wife and five other members of her family on a shooting spree Monday morning. A seventh victim, 17-year-old Anthony Flick, is in “very serious but stable condition.” Stone’s current wife, his child with her and his two children with his victim Nicole Hill are all safe.

“We are accessing every possible resource and we are utilizing every possible law enforcement tool to find Mr. Stone,” Vetri Ferman said. “We will find Mr. Stone.”

The Montgomery County DA advised against anyone who would attempt to stop Stone themselves. “In a situation like this, where someone is on the run, there could certainly be a risk to others,” she said. “I don’t want to alarm anyone, I don’t want to overstate a threat at all. but I simply ask that the community be observant and cautions. If you see something, say something. Call 911, call the police. I would ask that people not try to stop Mr. Stone. If you do see him, he should be considered armed and dangerous. We know that he had access to firearms as well as cutting instruments.”