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Robert Card: Army Sergeant Turned Mass Shooter

by Quincy Thomas
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Law enforcement officials have publicly identified Robert Card, a 40-year-old suspect, in the mass shootings that occurred in Maine on Wednesday. Currently, Robert Card is still at large and is deemed armed and dangerous.

He was born on April 4, 1983, and the address he was last known to have lived at was 941 Meadow Road in Bowdoin, Maine.

According to a police bulletin, Card, who is believed to be a firearms instructor, is described as a member of the Army Reserve and is supposedly assigned to a training facility located in Saco, Maine.

According to ABC News, it has been confirmed by the Army that Card has been serving as an Army Reservist since December 2002. Currently, he holds the rank of a sergeant first class and works as a petroleum supply specialist.

ABC News reported that Card has a history of mental health issues, which includes a two-week stay at a mental health facility during the summer, following his report of hearing voices and making threats to carry out a shooting at a National Guard facility in Saco, Maine.


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