The manhunt for a US Army reservist suspected of murdering 18 people and injuring 13 others in a mass shooting in Maine has entered its second day.
Police say Robert Card is armed and dangerous and are asking people to shelter inside their homes for safety.
Last night, police converged on a home in Bowdoin, around a 20-minute drive from Lewiston where the shooting happened the night earlier.
Police said they were executing several search warrants.
Loud bangs were heard at the scene, and police yelling for him to surrender.
Over a megaphone, FBI agents and local law enforcement were heard telling the suspect to come out of the house “with your hands up” but after a few hours, police departed the scene. END