BREAKING: Suspect in Maine mass shooting is army reservist who reported ‘hearing voices’, threatened to shoot up base

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Robert Card, the “person of interest” in the shootings that killed at least 22 people and injured at least 50 others across multiple locations in Lewiston, Maine on Wednesday night, was reportedly dealing with mental health issues and claimed to be “hearing voices.”

The New York Post cited law enforcement sources that said Card, the possible suspect in the deadly mass shooting, is a trained firearms instructor believed to be in the Army Reserve and was stationed out of Saco, Maine.

Officers responded to Sparetime Recreation on Mollison Way at approximately 7:15 pm for reports of an active shooter, and shortly thereafter to Schemengees Bar and Grille Restaurant on Lincoln Street. At 8:15 pm, reports came in for a shooting at the Walmart distribution center on Alfred A Plourde Parkway, according to the Sun Journal.

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