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Watch live as Maine officials hold a press conference on Saturday, 28 October, after the suspect in a mass shooting in Lewiston was found dead.
A gunman entered two locations, a restaurant and a bowling alley, on Wednesday night and opened fire, killing 18 people and injuring 13 others.
The suspect was named as Robert Card, 40, who served as a firearms instructor in the US Army Reserve.
On Friday evening, after a two-day manhunt to catch the "armed and dangerous" suspect wanted in connection to the shootings, a body was found in woodland near a recycling centre where Card used to work.
Card is believed to have taken his own life.
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