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What we know about the mass shooting in Maine so far

LEWISTON, Maine (AP) — Officials say at least 16 people are dead after a man opened fire at a restaurant and a bowling alley in Lewiston, Maine. The shooting on Wednesday night sparked a massive search for a person of interest who is a trained firearms instructor. A police bulletin identified 40-year-old Robert Card as a person of interest in the attack. He was described as a firearms instructor believed to be in the Army Reserve and assigned to a training facility in Saco, Maine. Authorities urged residents to lock themselves in their homes, and schools announced closures on Thursday. Here’s what we know about the suspect and where the shooting happened.

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