WATCH LIVE: Maine State Police hold press con­fer­ence fol­low­ing mass shoot­ing

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Maine State Police are hold­ing a press con­fer­ence on Thurs­day morn­ing after two mass shoot­ings that occurred in Lewis­ton, Maine, on Wednes­day night.
At least 16 peo­ple are dead, with Lewis­ton City Coun­cilor Robert McCarthy stat­ing on CNN that the num­ber could be as high as 22. Dozens of peo­ple are believed to have been injured in the two shoot­ings. The shoot­ings occurred at two loca­tions: Spare­time Recre­ation, a bowl­ing alley on Mol­li­son Way, and Schemengees Bar and Grille Restau­rant on Lin­coln Street.
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Robert Card, 40, believed to be sta­tioned at the Army Reserve base in Saco, Maine, is the sus­pect. He is still at large, with Maine State Police installing shel­ter-in-place orders for Lewis­ton, Auburn, Bow­doin, and Lis­bon.
A state police bul­letin said Card had recent­ly report­ed hear­ing voic­es that told him to “shoot up” the Nation­al Guard base in Saco.
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