According to a Details, the maniacal suicide note that Robert Card, the accused mass shooter in Maine who is still at large, wrote for his son suggested that he may have been targeting Ex-girlfriend throughout the killing spree.
According to reports cited by ABC News, Card’s sister informed detectives that she thought he could have been searching for his ex when he opened fire at Schemengees Bar and Grille and Sparetime Recreation bowling alley.
According to the sources, investigators are investigating the likelihood that the mass shooting, which left 13 people injured and 18 dead, started as a family argument.
The suspect’s ex-girlfriend and ex-wife, whose divorce was granted in 2007 due to irreconcilable differences, were not named, according to ABC News, which cited court records.
The records purport to show that in 2013, the divorce decree was modified to include joint parenting rights and obligations for their little kid, who at the time lived mostly with his mother.
According to the publication, the mysterious message that detectives found on Thursday while carrying out a warrant at Card’s messy Bowdoin house was also meant for Card’s kid.
According to ABC News sources, it was a suicide letter that also included obscenities and private information including bank account numbers.
Card is accused of opening fire at the tavern and bowling alley in Lewiston, which is about 15 miles from Bowdoin, with at least one rifle. Federal, state, county, and local officials are still frantically searching for Card.
The search for the “armed and dangerous” skilled marksman has spread to Canada, where officials three days after 18 fatalities and 13 injuries—three of whom are still in critical condition—issued an alert for the manhunt.