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Law enforcement agents search the area where two police officers were shot, Wednesday, March 15, 2017 in Detroit. A 60-year-old man suspected in the shooting of the two police officers has been arrested and the officers are in stable condition, Police Chief James Craig said Thursday. Photo: Tanya Moutzalias/MLive Detroit via AP

During an update on officer shootings, Detroit Police Chief James Craig confirmed that 60-year-old Raymond Durham is now a prime suspect in the murder of Wayne State Sgt. Collin Rose.

DNA evidence linked the suspect involved in the shooting of two Detroit police officers to the murder Sgt. Rose.

Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy has charged Durham in the shootings of the two officers. Both officers survived the shootings and are recovering in the hospital. Durham was charged with two counts of Assault with Intent to Murder, two counts of Resisting and Obstructing the Police Causing Serious Impairment, one count of Felon in Possession of a Firearm and five counts of Felony Firearm. 

He was arraigned in on the charges while in the hospital.

The chief says this is just the beginning in an ongoing investigation. "This does not signify closure," he said.

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