Person Of Interest Named In July 4 Parade Massacre In Highland Park

Person Of Interest Named In July 4 Parade Massacre In Highland Park

A “person of interest” has been named in the horrific shooting at a Fourth of July parade in the Chicago suburb of Highland Park in which at least six people were killed and roughly two dozen people injured.

Robert “Bobby” Crimo is being sought by police and law enforcement for his alleged attack on the parade.

The Daily Wire’s policy states that a mass shooter not yet apprehended may be named in the interest of helping the police’s effort to apprehend him.

Crimo, who has not yet been apprehended, is considered armed and dangerous, and believed to be driving a 2010 Silver Honda Fit, license plate DM80653.

Manhunt for Bobby Crimo “person of interest” in Highland Park parade shooting. pic.twitter.com/DG2u21mxDL

— Rob Elgas (@RobElgasABC7) July 4, 2022

#BREAKING: 22-yo Robert “Bobby” Crimo III identified as person of interest in #HighlandPark mass shooting

Considered armed and dangerous

Believed to be driving 2010 Silver Honda Fit, license plate DM80653

— Marissa Parra (@MarParNews) July 4, 2022

This is roughly what #HighlandPark person of interest vehicle looks like, according to description just now

Honda Fit 2010 license plate police are looking for: DM80653

@cbschicago pic.twitter.com/zV0GVlfZHz

— Marissa Parra (@MarParNews) July 4, 2022

“Firearm evidence was found on the rooftop of a nearby business, police commander Chris O’Neill said. The shooter used a ladder attached to the building on a wall in an alley to access the roof, said Christopher Covelli, spokesperson for the Lake County Major Crime Task Force,” CNN reported.

According to one source, Crimo’s father Robert Primo II is a former mayoral candidate for the city of Highland Park.

BREAKING: Former Highland Park Mayoral Candidate Robert Primo II is the father of today’s 4th of July Parade shooter, Robert “Bobby” E. Crimo III. pic.twitter.com/lo5nRgBtDr

— BNN Newsroom (@BNNBreaking) July 4, 2022

 

The world-famous concert venue Ravinia is located in Highland Park, a city which has a sizable Jewish population and is situated roughly 30 miles north of Chicago.

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