A statewide manhunt was underway Tuesday for two men suspected of shooting an officer in east-central Ohio.
The shooting happened at about 10:15 a.m. Tuesday in Newcomerstown, a village in Tuscarawas County.
Officer Bryan Eubanks was shot two times in the arm, according to the Tuscarawas County Sheriff's Office. He is in good condition at a Cambridge hospital.
The officer was investigating a possible meth lab, according to the New Philadelphia Times Reporter.
Ohio officials issued a statewide "Blue Alert" for the shooters. They later canceled the alert, though the shooters apparently had not been found.
Authorities had released a name and photo of one suspect. WCPO sister station WEWS in Cleveland reported that man has since been cleared, according to the Tuscarawas County Sheriff's Office.
One of the shooters was wearing a red sweatshirt, and the other was wearing a lime green shirt. One was in a tactical vest. They are armed with a shotgun and handguns, the attorney general's office said.
They're believed to be in a black Geo Tracker. It has very dark tinted windows and no license plates, the attorney general's office said.
Anyone who sees the vehicle should immediately call 911.