(WBNG/WENY) -- According to WENY, Pennsylvania State Police have confirmed that the suspect in a Bradford County manhunt, Christopher Shulas, was apprehended on Sunday.
The manhunt lasted nearly 24-hours.
12 News confirmed the report with Pennsylvania State Police.
WENY reports Shulas is facing multiple charges, including strangulation, simple assault, harassment, unlawful taking, and a charge involving "weapons of mass destruction."
Early Sunday, authorities in Pennsylvania lifted a shelter-in-place order prompted by the manhunt.