Police say Michael Boyd, 26, who is wanted in connection to a shooting in Racine, Wisconsin, is believed to be in the Kenosha or northern Illinois area. | Provided Photo

A 26-year-old Wisconsin shooting suspect, who is considered “armed and dangerous,” may be in the northern Illinois area, police said.

Michael Shawn Boyd Jr., 26, has active felony warrants through the Wisconsin Department of Corrections and warrants through the Racine Police Department for a shooting incident that occurred on May 15 in Racine, Wisconsin.

Boyd is considered armed and dangerous, Racine Police Department Public Information Officer Kristi Wilcox said.

He is described as a male black, 6-foot-3, 200 pounds with black hair and brown eyes.

Police believe he is in the Kenosha, Wisconsin, or northern Illinois area, Wilcox said.

Anyone who sees Boyd should call the police and he should not be approached.

Those with information on his whereabouts should call Racine Police Investigator Rasmussen at 262-635-7774.

An anonymous tip can be left by calling Crime Stoppers at 262-636-9330 or through the P3 app.

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