Massive manhunt for Sang Ho Kim, man accused of shooting 2 people on Long Island, winding down in Cold Spring

Officials swarmed the village in search of Sang Ho Kim, but there was no sign of the man wanted for allegedly shooting two people on Long Island, one of them fatally. Investigators say the shooting was prompted by a workplace dispute.

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COLD SPRING - A massive manhunt for an accused killer that turned the normally quiet community of Cold Spring upside down this week is beginning to wind down.

Officials swarmed the village in search of Sang Ho Kim, but there was no sign of the man wanted for allegedly shooting two people on Long Island, one of them fatally. Investigators say the shooting was prompted by a workplace dispute.

There is still an increased police presence in the area, but they are no longer using K9 units, police checkpoints or helicopter searches.

Police say they will maintain their pumped up presence in the area through Monday, when they will reassess their strategy for the rest of the week.

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