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Highland Park was dressed as a woman to evade police, suspecting a planned attack

Police in the suburbs of Chicago, injured by the recent mass shootings in the United States, say the suspect had planned an attack for several weeks and wore women's clothes to hide his identity. ..

Christopher Covelli, Deputy Chief of the Lake County Security Office, dresses Robert E. Climo III to hide his facial tattoos and blend in with the crowd as he escapes from the scene. It is said that it was.

Six people were killed and more than 30 were injured when the shot rang during the July 4 parade in Highland Park, Illinois. -Accessed the roof of the business via the Fire Escape Ladder, a power rifle to the parade, and fired over 70 rounds to those who gathered to celebrate Independence Day.

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After the attack, police dropped the rifle, fled, and blended into the crowd as if he were an "innocent spectator." He walked to his mother's house and rented a car there.

Police warned of information about Kurimo and his vehicle, the civilian who found the vehicle dialed 911, and police were able to catch him.

Coveri states that a second rifle, also purchased by Klimo, is in the vehicle and the suspect is in custody. Price updates are scheduled for late today.

Deputy Secretary added that there was no sign that anyone else was involved in the attack and no motive was identified. According to Mr. Coveli, police have no information that it was religiously or racially motivated and seemed to be "totally random."

"No information" suggests that the July 4 parade shooting was motivated by race and religion: Police

Coveli is a resident of Highwood, Illinois, where Klimo is actually 21 and, as reported before 22.

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Mayor Nancy Rotering said at a press conference that today is a day of sadness, paused together And remember the dead and praise the injured.

She previously told CNN that she was once the Gunman's Cubs Scout Pack Leader.

"Many years ago, he was just a little boy, a quiet little boy I know," Rotering said. "It breaks my heart. It definitely breaks my heart."

A video clip posted on social media showed that the festival was panicking.

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Six weeks after the deadly elementary school riot in Uvarde, Texas, where the violence just erupted, 19 children and two teachers died.

The confluence of American birthdays and the exacerbating epidemic of gun violence must be reminiscent of the familiar brewing of hurt, helplessness and anger.

A statement by Land Security Secretary Alejandro Mallorcus praised the efforts of local law enforcement agencies, stating "a celebration of our country struck by tragedy."

"We need more to be safe in our hometown. With a new community-based prevention and intervention strategy, we all come together to take on targeted gun violence. The epidemic needs to be dealt with.

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In a late Monday tweet, Prime Minister Justinto Ludo is the victim, his family, high. Condolences to the Landpark community.

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They tweeted, "Celebrate their country? But instead their lives have changed forever."

"To the loved ones of the injured and the victims: Canadians keep you in our minds."

This report by Canadian Press is 2022. First published on July 5, 2014.

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