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WJTN News Update for Sat., July 15, 2023

(**Update)Confirmed sighting of Burham reported by Pennsylvania State Police Friday; reward money increased...
There's been a confirmed sighting of accused killer Michael Burham in an area south of Warren, Pa.  However... the manhunt for the Ashville-area man who's been on the run since a week ago yesterday... continues.  That from Pennsylvania State Police Lt. Colonel George Bivens during Friday afternoon's press update in Youngsville.  Bivens says a home surveillance system picked up the quick clip over the past two days.  Bivens says the footage came from a "video doorbell" just after 5 a.m. in the past "couple of days" and, shows Burham walking towards the woods.  However... Bivens says it's the only time -- so far -- where they've been able to verify that it's Burham in the video.  He says the video clip gives credence to their belief that he's in a wooded area south of Warren... and, an area that may also include the Allegheny National Forest.  Bivens adds that it appears Burham is limping, and may be injured.  During the press conference... Bivens thanked the people of the area for their unwavering support of the police effort to find Burham.  He also noted that they are working closely with New York State Police, and the Chautauqua County Sheriff's Office in the search... and in providing some K-9 support for the effort.  He's again urging residents to be vigliant... and, lock their homes and cars to Burham doesn't have the chance to steal something to further his escape.   
Lt. Colonel Bivens also announced during the press conference that the reward money from the U.S. Marshalls Service and Pennsylvania Crime Stopper organizations is now up to $22,000.  If you have any information on the case... call the Pennsylvania State Police Command Center at (717) 265-9650 or (717) 265-9651.