Massacre in Maine: At least 16 dead, communities on lockdown as mass shooter remains at large

Frightened residents in multiple Maine communities remained on lockdown Thursday morning as police continue to search for the mass shooter who killed at least 16 people at a restaurant and a bowling alley in Lewiston, then fled into the night Wednesday.

A police bulletin identified Robert Card, 40, as a person of interest in the attack that sent panicked bowlers scrambling behind pins when shots rang out around 7 p.m. on Oct. 25. Card was described as a firearms instructor believed to be in the Army Reserve and assigned to a training facility in Saco, Maine.