Breaking: Bruce Rogal, man accused of shooting at ex-wife and killing his parents in Chester County, is now deceased, ending massive search. pic.twitter.com/3VaOF1fOxW— Katherine Scott (@KScott6abc) September 20, 2018
Here are the latest updates:
Update 3:53 a.m. EDT Sept. 20: According to WCAU, authorities found Bruce Rogal, 59, of Glenmoore, dead early Thursday after his car crashed in the West Bradford Township neighborhood where his ex-wife lived.
Authorities have not said what caused his death.
#BREAKING: The hunt for the PA man suspected of killing his parents at their nursing home Wednesday and shooting at his ex-wife is over. Bruce Rogal was found dead early Thursday morning after a police chase and crash. Latest details here: https://t.co/BGFm4Vu5Yk pic.twitter.com/L5pkiHUjA5— NBC10 Philadelphia (@NBCPhiladelphia) September 20, 2018
Original report: The manhunt has ended for a Pennsylvania man who authorities believe killed both of his parents at a retirement community Wednesday evening after shooting at his ex-wife in her driveway, multiple media outlets are reporting.
#BREAKING: Manhunt has ended, suspect located after East Goshen retirement home attack that left two dead. This story is developing. Watch @FOX29philly at 4 a.m. for updates pic.twitter.com/CkQNR24DEj— FOX 29 (@FOX29philly) September 20, 2018
Accoroding to WPVI-TV, Rogal drove by his ex-wife's West Bradford Township home about 5:45 p.m. while she was changing her car's oil and opened fire, hitting several houses but missing her, Chester County District Attorney Tom Hogan said Wednesday night.
He then drove to the Bellingham Senior Living Center in East Goshen Township, where he shot and killed his parents, William and Nancy, about 6:15 p.m., Hogan said. He reportedly fled the scene.
Earlier Wednesday, Rogal had learned that his divorce was official.
"He received an order making his divorce final and awarding the home to his now ex-wife," Hogan said, according to KYW-TV. "That appears to be what set him off."