The FBI has surrounded a home in Maine, that is believed to be the location of the Maine Mass shooter, Robert Card.
"It's the FBI, open the door", law enforcement said multiple times as they held their weapons pointed toward a house at the end of the road. The footage cuts off before anything else can be seen.
A few minutes after the video of the FBI surrounding the house was shared on social media, and reports stated that law enforcement has barricaded a suspect at a home in Bowdoin, Maine. Explosions are reportedly being heard from within the home.
Maine Mass Shooter Possibly Being Captured By FBI
Robert Card is the man responsible for killing at least 18 people, and injuring several others, late Wednesday night. A murder warrant has been issued for his arrest. He is facing eight counts of murder, Maine State Police Col. William G. Ross said.
The suspect remained at large and was considered to be armed and dangerous. Nearly 24 hours after the mass shooting occurred, police may have captured the former army veteran.
A video being shared to social media shows the FBI standing outside of a home in Bowdoin, Maine, with their weapons pointed at the end of the road, yelling "It's the FBI, open the door" several times.
Following the video, another report came out stating that law enforcement, does, in fact, have barricaded a suspect at a home in Bowdoin, Maine. Though they did not name the suspect who is surrounded, it is believed to be Robert Card, the man responsible for the Maine mass shooting Wednesday evening.
Robert Card Open Fires In A Bowling Alley and Local Bar
On October 25 at approximately 6:56 p.m. ET, the Auburn communications center received a 911 call of a male shooting in the Sparetime Recreation Center, a bowling alley located in the town of Lewiston, Maine.
Then, around 7:08 p.m. ET, the communications center continued to receive multiple 911 calls about an active shooter inside a local bar, Schemengees Bar and Grille, in the same town of Lewiston.
“A large law enforcement response from the multiple surrounding agencies assisted the Lewiston Police Department in trying to identify who this individual was and what was happening. As you can imagine, this was a very fast-paced, fast-moving, very fluid scene, very dangerous scene that these guys and girls were going into,” Col. William G. Ross of the Maine State Police said earlier today.
Following the tragic events, the Maine Governor spoke out, saying the entire town is grieving this unfortunate event. “This city did not deserve this terrible assault on its citizens, on its peace of mind, on its sense of security,” Mills said. “No city does — no state, no people.”
“This attack strikes at the very heart of who we are,” she added.
The Maine governor went on to say that the entire state stands with the city of Lewiston and is grieving the loss if at least 18 people, with several others injured.
“All Maine people are sharing in the sorrow of the families who lost loved ones last night,” Mills said. “Loved ones: normal people who were killed or injured while unwinding from a day of work, or while spending time with their family and friends, socializing.”
This is a developing story...