Sought Robert Card, the cause of the shooting that left 18 dead in Maine, continues Currently, the suspect is still on the run, and the authorities have not removed the recommendation to the residents of some towns in the area to stay in their homes and not go out, even though everything shows that the suspect has made up his mind. take refuge in a remote place from the people.
As confirmed by the authorities, Mike Sauschuk, the Public Safety Commissioner, has recovered a written note of the suspect who was found in one of his houses in the area, although he did not reveal the reasons or its contents.
At the same time, card hunting focuses on wooded areas and, in particular, around the Kennebec and Androscoggin rivers. It was next to a river pier where police found the attacker’s car, so they called in a special team of divers to join the search.
“I’m not saying the suspect is in the water,” Sauschuk anticipated possible speculation. “What I’m telling you is that you’re going to see a lot of activity here. And I’ll tell you in advance. “We’re not hidden in that sense,” he said.
Search for “whatever it takes.”
The agent indicated that they do not rule out any type of location, up to the point where they are working on a total of 530 clues and lines of investigation. They are ready to do everything until Card is located “at any cost and every day until he is found.”
In addition to searching for him in wild places in the region, they also conducted investigations at the “Schemengees Bar and Grill and the Sparetime bowling alley.”
However, the main challenge now is to maintain the security of the area because they don’t know what Card can do. “Law enforcement continues to work diligently on this rapidly developing investigation. The safety of our community remains paramount. “I want to assure everyone that a huge amount of law enforcement manpower, time, and effort is being used 24 hours a day, to arrest the suspect and restore order,” said Lewiston Police Chief David St. Pierree in the press conference.