Published October 25, 2002
Saturday, October 26 at 11 p.m. ET
Sunday, October 27 at 2 a.m. ET
October 3, 2002 started off like any other day.
Washington D.C. area residents going about their daily business: pumping gas, vacuuming out their cars and cutting grass.
No one suspected a sniper was lying in wait. But by day's end five people would die and panic was setting in.
This weekend, join host Kiran Chetry as FOX News takes you on the Search for the Sniper.
We'll follow the timeline of the serial killings, from the first terrifying moments to the frantic search for a suspect.
Plus, with a community in crisis and a sniper on the loose, we'll look at the job Montgomery County Police Chief Charles Moose did in leading the investigation and trying to make sense of the random killings.