New Hampshire Shooting Suspect At Large
Considered Armed and Dangerous
BELMONT, NH - Police across New Hampshire, Vermont and Massachusetts are on the lookout for the suspect in a shooting that took place Tuesday afternoon in the central New Hampshire town of Belmont, which is about 45 miles due east of Hanover.
The suspect is Jason M. Cuocolo, 42, whose last known addresses were in Meredith, New Hampshire and Rockland, Massachusetts.
Cuocolo has ties to New Hamsphire and Massachusetts
The Belmont Police Department and the New Hampshire State Police Major Crime Unit are conducting the investigation into the shooting which occurred on October 11, 2016 at approximately 1:00 p.m. at a residence located at 24 Arlene Drive in Belmont.
Jason Cuocolo has ties to New Hamsphire and Massachusetts
Investigators are reporting that a 33-year-old female was shot once at the residence and that the shooter, whom they believe was Cuocolo, then fled the residence in a vehicle. The vehicle was later found abandoned.
The victim is currently in critical condition at the hospital.
There are currently three active felony warrants that have been issued for Cuocolo's arrest as a result of the on-going investigation charging him with First Degree Assault, Armed Robbery with a Firearm and Criminal Threatening with a Firearm.
Cuocolo is considered armed and dangerous and detectives have asked anyone with information about him or anyone who believes they might have come into contact with him over the past 24-hours to call the police immediately.