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The 22-year-old, who goes next to Bobby, is said to have been driving a 2010 silver Honda Fit with Illinois plates.
The sergeant said he is from the area and is considered armed and dangerous.
Christopher Coveley of the Lake County Major Crimes Task Force.
At least six people were killed and dozens injured, including a child, following the mass shooting at a motorcade on the Fourth of July.
Five of the six victims in the attack were adults who died at the scene, Jennifer Bannick, a police doctor for Lake County, said at a news briefing.
All five have been identified, and families are now being notified.
The sixth victim died in a local hospital.
No additional information was provided.
Highland Park fire chief Joe Schrag said the seriously injured child was among about two dozen people who were taken to local hospitals.
Some injuries include gunshot wounds to the abdomen and extremities.
NPR member WBEZ reported that the “vast majority” of the wounded were receiving treatment for gunshot wounds.
Some were also injured “as a result of the chaos that followed the show”.
Schrag said crews at the site responded quickly, as did the witnesses who helped tie up the tourney.
Illinois governor calls shooter a ‘monster’
Illinois Governor JB Pritzker called for prayer in the wake of “the evil unleashed this morning” but added that prayer alone would not address the nation’s problem of gun violence.
“There are no words for this monster lurking and shooting into a crowd of families with children celebrating a holiday with their community.
There are no words for the kind of evil that robs our neighbors of their hopes and dreams,” Pritzker said in a statement.