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July 4 parade shooting: Person of interest found, taken into custody

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In relation to a mass shooting that occurred Monday at a Fourth of July parade in the Chicago suburb of Highland Park, Illinois, police say they had detained a 22-year-old person of interest.

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Official reports state that six persons were killed and another 24 others suffered critical injuries in the shooting.

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Robert "Bobby" Crimo III was captured, according to police, following a car chase that ended in the evening of Monday.

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According to authorities, it appears the shooter fired from a roof from where a powerful weapon was found. The shooting was a "random act of violence," according to the police.

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A North Chicago police unit reportedly saw the person of interest driving a vehicle that matched the one they were looking for shortly after the police released a photo of Crimo and his car, according to the police.

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Authorities claim that following a traffic stop, the driver eluded officers and gave them a quick chase. He turned himself in after being stopped at the intersection of Westleigh Road and US Highway 41 in Lake Forest, Illinois, according to authorities.

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In the footage, armed officers can be seen driving up to the car with their weapons drawn and yelling at the driver to get out. It was observed that the driver was raising his hands.

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The arrest came at the end of a hectic day that started with a well-attended community parade. The gunfire started when the march was roughly three-quarters of the way through, according to the officials.

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In a statement, President Joe Biden announced that he increased federal law enforcement to help in the urgent hunt for the shooter.

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