A manhunt is underway after a gunman opened fire on a 4th of July parade in Chicago’s Highland Park suburb.
Police identified Robert E. New York Post. Cremo, nicknamed “Bobby”, is believed to be armed and dangerous. Police believe he could be driving a silver 2010 Honda Fit with an Illinois license plate DM80653, according to the New York Post.
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At least six people were killed and dozens were injured, it said Chicago Sun Times. The gunman is believed to have opened fire while standing on a rooftop.
“The police started responding and I saw some people fall,” said Jeff Lyon, 57, who attended the show with his family. CNN. (Related: Report: UFC star Kevin Holland stops shooting in Texas)
Several people were reportedly killed following the shooting at the Independence Day Parade in Highland Park, Illinois.
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“We just took off. And you know, we’d hide behind the cars, get into the next car and make our way,” Leon told the outlet.
Video shot The social media post captured the sound of gunfire and the harrowing moments that unfolded as people began rushing for cover and screaming in terror.