Chicago shooting: Police find man suspected in shooting at 4th July parade

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Chicago shooting: Police find man suspected in shooting at 4th July parade. Bobby Crimo, 22, is suspected of killing six people during a July 4 parade in Highland Park, Illinois. The gunman climbed onto a roof and started randomly shooting at spectators with a rifle in the rampage. He was arrested after an hours-long manhunt and dozens are still recovering from their injuries.

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