Manhunt for Maine shooting suspect enters second day
The manhunt for Robert Card, the man suspected of killing 18 people and injuring 13 others in a mass shooting in Maine, has entered its second day.
Police say Card is armed and dangerous and has asked people to shelter inside their homes for safety.
Police searched a home in Bowdoin on Thursday night, and have said they were executing several search warrants.
The shooting began at a bowling alley in Lewiston just before 19:00 – one woman and six men were killed there.
Around 10 minutes later, gunfire was reported at a nearby restaurant, where eight more men were shot dead.
Sixteen injured people were initially transferred to local hospitals, three of whom later died.
Lewiston and three nearby towns remain under a shelter-in-place notice. Schools and most businesses have closed and will remain closed on Friday.