Hunt for man whose wife was murdered continues

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Jeremy Green, 40, is suspected of killing his wife, 37, during an argument Saturday.

SAN DIEGO —  A manhunt continued for man police say shot his estranged wife multiple times in Scripps Ranch over the weekend.

Investigators said a shotgun registered to 40-year-old Jeremy Green was found in Marian Bear Park on Saturday. The weapon was likely used in the fatal shooting of his 37-year-old wife Tressa Green.

A fatal shooting Saturday could have been due to marital issues. Police don’t have an exact motive for the murder but court documents show that Tressa Green had filed for divorce from her husband in April.

“They had just attended a marriage counseling session; it was at the end of the marriage counseling session where Jeremy Green shot her with a shotgun outside in the parking lot at that same facility,” said SDPD Sgt. Manny Del Toro.

Investigators say witnesses reported seeing Green driving away from the park in Clairemont in his silver 2007 Chevy Corvette.

“There hasn’t been any contact with anyone, through family members or friends. We thought we would find the vehicle by now. we’re surprised that we haven’t,” said Del Toro. “We’re asking the public to please look out for that Corvette.”

Green is described as 5-feet, 8-inches tall with brown hair and brown eyes. His Corvette has a black roof and California license plate of 5YEG642.

“He is considered armed and dangerous. We have confirmed that he has at least two other weapons registered to him, which we have not located so we’re to assume that he could be potentially armed with firearms,” said Del Toro.

Anyone with information about the crime or Green’s whereabouts is asked not to approach him and instead call Crime Stoppers.