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UPDATE: Shooting suspect wanted by Madison Police, involved in murder-suicide

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MADISON (WKOW) --- Henry Pullet Jr. is involved in a murder-suicide in the Town of Oregon.

He shot and killed Elizabeth Singler of Madison and then shot and killed himself.

The incident happened November 21, in the Town of Oregon at Pullet's former attorney's home.

CLICK HERE for more on the murder-suicide.

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MADISON (WKOW) -- Police say there continues to be concern for the welfare of 64-year-old Henry Pullett.

Pullett was involved in a domestic incident on November 3 at a home on Atwood Avenue. Police say Pullett fled the scene after firing a handgun at a woman, while saying he was going to kill himself. The woman was not hurt.

Pullett might be driving a blue 2006 Hyundai Sonata with Minnesota plate 575LDK (a similar car is pictured in this article).

Anyone who sees Pullett or the car should call 911.

Police say Pullett should be considered armed and dangerous.

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MADISON (WKOW) -- Madison police are looking for a man suspected of shooting at a woman around 8:30 Sunday night at 3528 Atwood Avenue, near Olbrich Park.

Police say 64-year-old Henry Pullett said he was going to kill himself, then fired a handgun at a 68-year-old woman during a domestic incident. The woman was not hurt and Pullett fled the scene.

If you have any information about where Henry Pullett might be, police ask that you please call 911 immediately.  Pullett, an African-American man, was last known to be driving a blue 2006 Hyundai Sonata with Minnesota plate-575LDK.

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