Law enforcement and media swarmed a residence associated with the suspected Maine shooter, 40-year-old Robert Card, Thursday evening in Bowdoin, Maine. Instructions could be heard over a loudspeaker as a helicopter circled overhead.
CNN provided coverage of the events as law enforcement tried to lure what they thought was a person out of the home. The situation was tense for about two hours until vehicles and personnel started to disperse.
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The heavy presence at the property came after a mass shooter in Lewiston, Maine, went on a rampage at multiple locations and killed at least 16 people. Over a dozen people were also hurt in the attacks.
Law enforcement officials returned to the home Thursday evening after conducting earlier search warrants. A Maine Department of Public Safety spokesperson told CNN that law enforcement was not sure Card was in the house but that they were doing their due diligence after in …