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BREAKING: Explosions Heard as FBI Engage Suspected Mass Shooter

On Wednesday night, a man shot and killed 18 people at a bowling alley in Maine.

The suspect fled the scene, and a manhunt has been underway since.

The prime suspect is 40-year-old Robert Card, who is considered armed and dangerous.

A murder warrant has been issued for Card.

Now we are hearing reports that the FBI may have cornered the suspect at his last known residence.

Video shows multiple FBI agencies on the scene in Bowdoin, Maine.

There have been reports of explosions coming from the residence.

The Gateway Pundit has more on this developing story:

The manhunt for Maine mass shooting suspect Robert Card may be nearing an end.

At the present time, multiple FBI enforcement agencies are in a standoff and have surrounded a residence home in Bowdoin, Maine. In the video below, you can hear officials yell “FBI, open the door!”

There are also reports of explosions reportedly coming from the house.

Here is the video footage:

Here’s the latest on the story from Fox News:

A very active law enforcement presence could be seen at two properties associated with Robert Card in Bowdoin, Maine.

A large law enforcement presence could be seen at West Road and Meadow Road in Bowdoin, where two properties associated with Card are located.

Loud bangs could be heard at one of the properties.


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