After a mass shooting in Highland Park, the FBI storms Robert Crimos' house

After a mass shooting in Highland Park, the FBI storms Robert Crimos' house ...

When Crimo, a 22-year-old German, opened fire on a crowd from the rooftop of a nearby business, killing more than twenty-dozen people. The victims ranged in age from 8 to 85.

Robert Crimo is a suspect in the July 4th mass shooting. The incident occurred on Monday at around 4:30 PM in Highwood, Illinois, where Robert Crimo lives with his family. The residence of Robert Crimo was recently raided by the FBI.

Officials raided the home of Robert Crimos in suburban Chicago recently. They were equipped with assault rifles and military gear. TMZ has obtained exclusive footage of the search. Police discovered a powerful rifle at the scene and identified Crimo as a potential suspect in the terrible shootings.

Police discovered a powerful rifle at the scene and identified Crimo as a suspect in the horrific shootings. The mass shooting occurred two hours before the accused murderer was apprehended by police following a brief car chase.

In the raids video, two squads of FBI officers approach the front and side doorways of the residence, rifles ready. One of the agents can be heard yelling and beating on the front door. It's The FBI. If youre inside, get out with your hands up.

The other squad is shown approaching the house from the side, aimping their rifles at the windows, and then entering the unlocked door. According to witnesses, the feds stayed there for several hours, snapping pictures, although it is unclear whether or not they removed any evidence or made any arrests.

According to witnesses, Crimos' father came up, talked with the FBI, and called his son, sending a message that the authorities wanted to speak with him.

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