The Latest on a suspect being named in the cookout ambush (all times local):

3:20 p.m.

A lawyer says he has no idea why his client is being named as a suspect in a Pittsburgh cookout ambush last month that killed five adults and an unborn child.

A detective testified at a bond hearing Thursday, as first reported by KDKA-TV, that Robert Thomas has been told he's a suspect in the March 9 shootings in Wilkinsburg. The judge then revoked Thomas' bond on grounds he's a flight risk and danger to the community.

Thomas was arrested Wednesday on drug and weapons charges stemming from a police search three years ago.

Thomas' defense attorney says he's not sure why Thomas is being called a suspect in the killings.

Casey White tells The Associated Press he can't comment on the investigation but adds he knows his client "is innocent of any wrongdoing" related to the ambush.

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2:15 p.m.

A detective has testified at a bond hearing that a Pittsburgh man arrested on drug and weapons charges stemming from a police search in 2013 is a suspect in a cookout ambush last month that killed five people, including a pregnant woman.

Allegheny County Detective Steve Hitchings testified Thursday, as first reported by KDKA-TV, that Robert Thomas has been told he's a suspect in the March 9 shootings in Wilkinsburg. The judge then revoked Thomas' bond on grounds he's a flight risk and danger to the community.

Nobody's been charged in the shootings and Hitchings' testimony was the first time law enforcement has named a suspect.

Defense attorney Casey White tells KDKA the 27-year-old Thomas knows nothing about the shootings. White didn't immediately return a call from The Associated Press.