A person of interest has been identified in the mass shooting at the Highland Park parade on July 4th.
Police named Robert E. Cremo III, 22, who goes alongside Bobby, as a VIP and said he believed he was driving a silver 2010 Honda with Illinois plates.
Highland Park Police Chief Chris O’Neill said he should be treated as armed and dangerous.
They will release a picture of Mr. Cremo in the next hour.
At least six people were killed and dozens were seriously injured when a gunman opened fire in a mass shooting at a show on July 4 in Illinois.
A shooting broke out at a motorcade in Highland Park, near Chicago, about 14 minutes after it set off at 10 a.m. local time on Monday morning.
One of the victims has been identified as Grandfather Nicholas Toledo.
The police had previously described the shooter as a white man with long, dark hair, a petite build and wearing a white or blue shirt.
Police said they seized a powerful rifle from the scene, but still considered the suspect armed and dangerous.
Residents were urged to take shelter.
More than 100 local, state and federal law enforcement officers, including the FBI, are working on the investigation.