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There was nothing suspicious about the 22-year-old police arrested as a “person of interest” in Monday’s mass shooting in Highland Park, Illinois, according to the man’s uncle.
Robert “Bobby” E. Crimo III lived with his father and uncle in his grandfather’s house. On Monday, it appeared that Crimo took a high-powered rifle to the top of a roof overlooking an Independence Day parade and opened fire on the crowd. However, there weren’t any warning signs that Crimo, whom police have not labeled a suspect in the shooting, was capable of such violence, Crimo’s uncle told a local Fox affiliate.
The article goes on to state the following:
“There’s no concerns that I had seen,” Paul Crimo said. “There were no signs of trouble. I saw no signs of trouble. And if I did see signs, I would have said something.”
During the interview, Paul Crimo went on to describe the living situation and explained he didn’t see or talk to his nephew very much. He said that Robert would help “around the house” at times but was mostly a loner.
Paul Crimo said, “I’m deeply heartbroken, and I’ll be heartbroken for the rest of my life. Seeing what happened just breaks my heart. I just want to tell everybody that I’m very sorry, from the bottom of my heart, and I’m really so sorry that this happened.”
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Guess his family paid -0- attention to what he was posting on social media. Maybe the face tattoos would have been the first indication that something was seriously wrong…
— Kathy Smith (@IrishTexan2009) July 5, 2022
Uncle of Highland Park ‘person of interest’ says there were no warning signs https://t.co/VRJnIrdNUJ
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) July 5, 2022
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