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Person who obtained identification card in parade shooting of deadly Highland Park

Authorities said a deadly mass fire on Mondayidentified a person of interest at a parade on the outskirts of Chicago on July 4th. Said.

According to officials, he is 22-year-old Robert "Bobby" E. Climo III and is believed to be driving the 2010 Silver Honda Fit.

Shooters fired with a "powerful rifle" while standing on the roof just minutes after the parade began on the outskirts of Tony in Highland Park. Six people were killed and 24 were injured there.

The murderer "was very military style and the way to crouch and shoot was systematic,"attendees told WGNTV.

Investigators found a rifle believed to have been used in the slaughter on the scene.

Jeff Leon, 57,told CNN that the shotsounded like a crusher and initially assumed that the noise was part of the parade.

"I saw the police start reacting and some people fell," he said.

Chaotic footage showed desperate parade participants (some of them bloody) running hard when the gun battle exploded.

Leon said people began to hide behind the car to get away from the line of fire.

Another witness told CNN that she was hiding in the basement of a sporting goods store and saw several injured victims running around the scene with bloody glare.

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She is her desperate father trashing her child He said he put it in the dump. Safety precautions before returning to look for her other relatives.

"Stay in in the area – allow law enforcement agencies and first responders to work," Lake County Security Office tweeted as the genocide unfolded. did.

Images from the scene showed a baby stroller and blanket abandoned in the turmoil.

Police said police officers ran for a gun battle, but shooters stopped firing before they arrived.

Governor of Illinois JB Pritzker has been violent and promisedadditional resources.

"The state police are on the scene and have made all state resources available to the community," he tweeted. "We will continue to work with local officials to help those affected."

Rep. Brad Schneider in the district, including Highland Park, shooting } Said they were gathered at the beginning of the parade route when it was unfolded.

"I heard about the loss of life and the injured of others. Condolences to my family and loved ones. My prayer for the injured and my community" Schneider tweeted. "Make it sloppy!"

Fourth of July shooting
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DebbieGlickman, the parade floats when the shooting happens.

"People have a shooter! There is a shooter! There is a shooter!" Glickman said. "So we just ran. We just ran. It's like the turmoil there."

"I'm very surprised ... very sad," she said. ..

Highland Park is about a 30-minute drive from Chicago.