A man has been arrested on suspicion he was connected to the fatal shooting of former SEAL sniper, Chris Kyle, and another man, Chad Littlefield, on Saturday at a Texas firing range. According to ABC News Feb. 3, Eddie Routh, 25, was arrested in Lancaster, Tex. after a brief police chase. At the time of his arrest, he was driving Kyle's truck.
Investigators said Routh is a former marine and suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder.
Routh allegedly opened shot Kyle, 38, and Littlefield, 35, around 3:30 p.m. at the Rough Creek Lodge in Glen Rose. After the shooting, Routh fled the scene in Kyle's Ford pickup truck. He was arrested after 8 p.m Saturday night for allegedly killing the former SEAL sniper and Littlefield.
A motive for the shooting is under investigation.
Chris Kyle was the nation's deadliest sniper and authored the book, "American Sniper." He served four tours in Iraq and had a record of more than 150 sniper kills -- the most ever in U.S. military history from 1999 to 2009.
Kyle is survived by his wife, Taya, and their children.