Police believe they've spotted Eric Frein, the man accused of ambushing and murdering a state trooper, near a forest in northeastern Pennsylvania. Authorities believe he's playing games with them.
Lt. Col. George Bivens via ABC: "We believe that Frein has prepared and planned extensively for months or maybe years for his attack and his efforts to avoid apprehension."
Officials have found empty packets of Serbian cigarettes and soiled diapers, which they believe belong to Frein. They also believe he's been letting himself be seen from a distance and then vanishing.
Frein is on the FBI's ten most wanted fugitives list and is considered to be "armed and extremely dangerous."
HLN: "His father, an army veteran, told police he trained his son to shoot... and that he does not miss."
There are hundreds of local, state and federal agents on hunt for the trained survivalist. As of Thursday, the hunt has gone on for nearly two weeks.
For safety reasons, residents were told stay in their homes.
JOSEPHINE MERO tells ABC: "I have been a hostage. As well as all of my neighbors in the surrounding area."
Some are now contacting lawyers because they believe the officials "violated their constitutional rights."
ABC reports two rifles, including an AK-47, are missing from Frein's house. There is a $100,000 reward for any information that leads directly to his arrest.