- FBI agents crowded outside a home in Bowdoin, Maine, on Thursday evening, demanding one or more people inside: “Come out with your hands up.”
- The FBI shined a spotlight on the house, and an officer with a megaphone told a person inside: “Follow my orders.”
- Robert Card, 40, who is accused of shooting 18 people in Lewiston on Wednesday night, lived in Bowdoin, as did Ryan and Katie Card, his brother and sister-in-law
A standoff believed to be related to Lewiston shooting suspect Robert Card broke out Thursday at a property in Bowdoin, Maine.
FBI agents told a person inside at 7:20 p.m., “Come out with your hands up.”
It was unclear who they were speaking to. Card, his parents, and his brother and sister-in-law all live in the area.
Using a megaphone, officers asked the person to come toward them and asked if anyone else was inside.
There were helicopters and drones overhead.
Connor Clemente, a reporter for local news station WMTWTV, said he heard the FBI himself order Card to leave the house.
He tweeted that he heard: “Robert Card, you’re under arrest.” “We know you’re inside. Come out with your hands up, we don’t want anyone to get hurt.”
A property in Bowdoin, Maine, linked to Robert Card was surrounded by the FBI on Thursday evening
The FBI agents shouted with a megaphone to everyone inside the house: “Come out with your hands up.”
The FBI on Thursday evening illuminated this upstairs window of a home believed to belong to either Card’s parents or his brother and sister-in-law
A series of four loud bangs were heard Thursday evening near this home associated with Robert Card in Bowdoin, Maine