Authorities in Georgia are offering a $20,000 reward after a police officer was killed and another wounded Wednesday near Georgia Southwestern State University. Two officers—one with the Americus Police Department and the other with the university—were responding to a domestic dispute at a nearby apartment complex when the suspect opened fire, police said. Americus Police Officer Nicholas Smarr, 25, was killed in the ensuing shootout and the university officer, Jodi Smith, was left in critical condition. The suspect has been identified as 32-year-old Minguel Kennedy Lembrick, who is still on the loose and has been described by police as armed and dangerous. No students were injured in the incident, but the university campus was placed on lockdown during the day and students were advised to stay indoors. The FBI and Georgia Bureau of Investigation have joined the manhunt for Lembrick, and they’re offering $20,000 for any information that leads to his arrest.