FBI: Teen planning Columbine-style massacre is dead

The lady needed by the FBI in reference to threats that put a number of Denver-area faculties on lockdown on Tuesday was discovered deceased from a self-inflicted gunshot wound, legislation enforcement officers confirmed.

On Tuesday, the FBI launched an enormous manhunt for 18-year-old Sol Pais, who, authorities mentioned, had an “infatuation” with the Columbine highschool massacre, the 20th anniversary of which happens this week.

Pais was on the run after making threats and feedback in regards to the notorious 1999 Columbine capturing and was believed to be fascinated with the perpetrators. The lady was not considered threatening any college particularly, however authorities believed she posed a reputable menace.

Authorities believed that Pais had flown from Miami to Denver on Tuesday with plans to hold out her personal Columbine-style assault. She instantly bought a gun and ammunition when she arrived in Denver, they mentioned.

As many as 30 armed officers together with SWAT workforce had been looking an space within the Arapaho National Forest as a part of the search on Wednesday morning. One lady, who was climbing within the space, informed CBS4 that she was informed to go away the realm as a result of “a naked woman matching the description with a gun was spotted in the area running through the woods.”

The 18 year-old was reportedly discovered close to the Echo Lake Lodge on the base of Mount Evans in Clear Creek County.