Maine police are actively searching for Robert Card, a 40-year-old man who is considered a person of interest in connection with the Lewiston tragedy, the worst shooting of the year in the United States.
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The individual, described as “armed and dangerous” who remains at large, is an Army reservist and certified firearms instructor. He is originally from Saco, a town in the same state located about 50 miles from Lewiston.
Authorities say Card recently reported experiencing mental health issues. Specifically, he said he heard voices and threats that the National Guard was exposed to attack.
Card submitted to a mental health clinic last summer and was discharged shortly after.
The man’s vehicle, a 2013 Subaru SUV, is white and registered 9246PD.
A massive manhunt is currently underway to find Card.
Remember that a suspect opened fire Wednesday evening in a bowling alley and a restaurant, killing between 16 and 22 people.