Robert Card, the man suspected of fatally shooting 18 people and wounding 13 others in Lewiston, Maine, has been found dead, according to the Associated Press (AP).

A law enforcement official who spoke to the AP on condition of anonymity reported Card’s death to the news agency. No other details had been made public as of press time.

Card was the lone suspect in Wednesday’s deadly shootings at a bowling alley and a bar. According to information released by the Maine State Police, Card was a trained firearms instructor believed to be in the U.S. Army Reserve stationed in Saco, Maine.

Authorities said Card had recently reported suffering from mental health issues, including hearing voices and threatening to shoot up the National Guard Base in Saco. Card was also reportedly admitted into a mental health facility for two weeks in the summer, but a police document did not provide details of the treatment he received or his condition.

The manhunt for Card involved hundreds of law enforcement agents—including members of the FBI—and resulted in residents of Lewiston and the surrounding area being warned to stay inside their homes as Card was considered armed and dangerous.

Law enforcement agents search for Robert Card
Law enforcement officials on Friday gathered at the Lewiston High School as they continued a manhunt for suspect Robert Card following a mass shooting in Lewiston, Maine. The Associated Press reported Friday night that Card was found dead.
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