GREENVILLE — Tactical officers stormed the residence in the 2300 block of Rabb Street moments ago. Hunt County Sheriff Randy Meeks is reporting there was no one inside the home when officers arrived. The suspect who was believed to be inside the residence may still be on the loose. Additional details as they become available.
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