Two More Sought in Prison-Chief Murder

    This undated photo provided by the Colorado Department of Corrections shows Thomas Guolee. El Paso County sheriff's Lt. Jeff Kramer said Wednesday, April 3, 2013 that deputies are seeking Guolee, 31, and 47-year-old James Lohr, members of a white supremacist prison gang, in connection with the death of Colorado prisons chief Tom Clements. He says their names surfaced during the investigation and the men could be headed to Nevada or Texas. (AP Photo/Colorado Department of Corrections)

    Thomas Guolee. (Colorado Department of Corrections/AP)

    Colorado police said Wednesday that they are searching for two more suspects, both members of the white-supremacist gang the 211 Crew, in the murder of the state’s prison chief. James Lohr, 47, and Thomas Guolee, 31, should both be considered armed and dangerous, and El Paso County sheriff’s Lt. Jeff Kramer warned, “You don’t want to underestimate these guys.” Police said the main suspect is still Evan Ebel, who died in a shootout with police March 21, but they believe these two men are also involved and said they had been in contact with Ebel. They both have extensive records, and Lohr has two warrants out for his arrest in relation to a bail violation and a protection-order violation.

    Editor's note: An earlier version of this cheat incorrectly stated that Clements's wife was also killed.

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