The search for a man suspected of killing three teenage girls at his home before fatally shooting his Bible study teacher expanded to Kentucky after his cash machine card was used there, police said.
The dragnet for Lawrence Michael Hensley, 30, has extended more than 200 miles southeast of Sidney, the Ohio city where three teenagers were found dead late Thursday inside Hensley's home. Police believe he is heavily armed.
Kentucky State Police said Hensley, who has relatives in Kentucky, used the bank card in the town of London on Friday.
"We haven't apprehended him and there haven't been any sightings of him," said Lt. Joanie Henry of the Shelby County Sheriff's Office in Ohio. "We're following every lead we've gotten."
Sherry Kimbler and her cousin Tosha Barrett, both 16, were shot several times Thursday at close range with a shotgun. Amy Mikesell, 14, who had been stabbed, was found in the basement. Police said Kimbler was Hensley's neighbor.
A 22-year-old woman who escaped after being shot remained hospitalized in serious condition with leg and shoulder wounds. Authorities said she identified Hensley as the gunman.
Brett Wildermuth, 37, was shot and killed at his house about 30 minutes after the first shootings. Wildermuth was a Bible study teacher at Hensley's church.
Sidney Police Chief Steven Wearly said Hensley knew the girls but did not say why they were at the home, which Hensley shared with his wife.
No motive has been revealed for the shootings, but police Capt. Dean Kimpel said investigators were examining the possibility that Hensley could be part of a satanic cult.
Wearly said Hensley had previously been arrested on a public indecency charge.