Update: Shooting Suspect's Truck Found in Lincoln

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Lincoln Police have located the vehicle of the suspect accused in the shooting of a 32-year-old man in Louisville around 5 p.m. Monday.

But as of Tuesday night, there was still no sign of the suspect.

LPD found the pick-up truck belonging to 64-year-old Steven I Harrod of Louisville, parked between 30th and 32nd and U Street in Lincoln on Tuesday.

The affidavit for arrest warrant in the case shows that the shooting may have stemmed from a dispute between roommates over the use of Harrod's truck.

Further, the affidavit states "Officers are aware from previous and on-going investigations that Steven and many of his associates use methamphetamine. Cass County records document numerous law enforcement contacts with Steven involving physical violence."

Capt. David Lamprecht with the Cass County Sheriff's Office said the shooting happened inside a home at 205 East 2nd Street in Louisville. Witnesses to the event are being questioned by authorities.

Capt. Lamprecht said the victim was taken to Creighton University and is in critical condition. The witness who called 911 said the man was shot in the head.

The Cass County Sheriff's Office continues to search for Harrod in connection with the shooting.

Deputies say Harrod is wanted for first degree assault and use of a firearm to commit a felony.

Harrod is described as a white male who is 5'11" and weighs 185 pounds. He is to be considered armed and dangerous and anyone having contact with him should call 911.

Nebraska State Patrol is assisting the investigation.

Capt. Lamprecht said a shooting is uncommon in a residential, rural area like Louisville.

10/11 News will have the latest details as they become available.