A gunman who killed his wife and son at their Miami-area home and then shot an attorney was wanted Wednesday morning, police said.
Fadel Jabado was on the loose after killing the two people in the SW 192nd St. home in Miami-Dade and shooting real estate attorney Larry Harshman in his law office in Kendall, Fla., according to a law enforcement source cited by WTVJ. No word on Harshman’s condition was immediately available.
Police discovered the two bodies in the home after searching for the gunman who opened fire in the attorney’s office roughly five miles away. Investigators had yet to confirm links between the separate scenes or the identities of the suspect and victims Wednesday afternoon.
Larry A. Harshman was shot in his office in Kendall, Fla.
Miami-Dade police announced on Twitter that the department was responding to reports of a shooting and promised to provide available details later on Wednesday. A representative for the department said the situation was "still very fluid" and no more details were available.
Harshman once represented Jabado in an October 2012 foreclosure case, according to court records cited by WTVJ. The website of the Law Offices of Larry A. Harshman, P.A., said the firm works on commercial and residential real estate transactions and litigation.
Police said the shooting in the attorney’s office happened around 10:30 a.m. at the office complex in Kendall, Fla., according to WTVJ.
Police told the Miami Herald that Harshman was undergoing surgery after suffering a wound to his stomach in his office on N. Kendall Drive. Investigators believe Jabado shot Harshman and sped away in a silver Chevrolet truck around 10:30 a.m. after the killing in the home.
Police imposed a lockdown at three schools until they found children of Jabado’s safe and unharmed, the Herald reported. Investigators were searching for clues at the home where they discovered the two slain people, a police source told the newspaper.
Investigators believe Fadel Jabado shot attorney Larry Harshman, after killing two people at a home in Miami-Dade.
“We found them in the house. They’re deceased,” the law enforcement source close to the investigation said.