At least 22 people are dead, and 30 people are injured following a shooting in a Maine city that spanned two locations on Wednesday night, Fox News’ Jacqui Heinrich reported, citing a law enforcement source.
In a Wednesday night press conference, Maine Public Safety Commissioner Mike Sauschuck said that law enforcement is not confirming an exact number of victims since the situation remains “very fluid.”
The Lewiston Police Department identified Robert Card as a person of interest. (The Lewiston Police Departmen)
On Wednesday night, the Lewiston Police Department identified Robert R. Card, of Bowdoin, Maine, as a person of interest. According to law enforcement, Card is a firearms’ instructor.
Authorities said that he should be considered, “armed and dangerous.”
“Law Enforcement is attempting to locate Robert Card 4/4/1983, as a person of interest regarding the mass shooting at Schemengees Bar and Sparetime Recreation this evening,” Lewiston Police Department announced in a Facebook post. “Card should be considered armed and dangerous. Please contact law enforcement if you are aware of his whereabouts.”
The two locations where the alleged active shooter, Robert Card, killed at least 22 people. (Julia Bonavita/Fox News Digital)