Shotgun Found in Park May Be Tied to Scripps Ranch Shooting

A statewide search was launched Saturday for a Rancho Bernardo man accused of shooting and killing his wife in a Scripps Ranch office parking lot

A shotgun found in Marian Bear Memorial Park Sunday is now part of the search for a Rancho Bernardo man accused of shooting and killing his wife in a Scripps Ranch parking lot.

A 37-year-old woman was found shot multiple times in the upper torso at an office complex on Business Park Avenue Saturday afternoon. She died from her injuries at the scene, police said. 

A statewide alert has been launched for Jeremy Green, 40, of Rancho Bernardo, a prime suspect in the shooting.

San Diego Police homicide investigators say Green got into a verbal altercation with his wife in the parking lot around 2:10 p.m. and drove away from the scene. 

He's believed to be driving in his silver 2007 Chevrolet Corvette with the California license plate 5YGE642.

As of 3 p.m. Sunday, police said they found a shotgun in Marian Bear Park which is approximately 30 miles south of the shooting scene, along State Route 52 just west of Interstate 805.

There was no confirmation that the firearm found was the gun used in the shooting, police said. However, officers told NBC 7 they are adding the gun into the evidence of the homicide investigation. 

Court records indicate Green's wife filed for divorce in April.

Green's online profile notes he used to be in the Air Force but currently works in sales.

He has three children ages 7 to 17. San Diego Police told the media late Saturday that the children were "fine."

Green has brown hair and brown eyes. He's 5-foot 8-inches tall and weighs 185 pounds.

Police said Green is considered armed and dangerous. Anyone who spots him should not approach him, and instead should immediately call authorities. Anyone with information on this shooting or Green's whereabouts should call the SDPD Homicide Unit at (619) 531-2293 or Crime Stoppers at (888) 580-8477.

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