The FBI is combing the area of the mass shooting in Highland Park, Illinois, for evidence.
FBI agents today have been inspecting belongings left behind by people attending the July 4 parade in the city yesterday, including folding chairs, blankets and a child’s car stroller.
The suspected shooter killed at least six people and injured dozens of others on Monday. The shooter, who was taken into custody later Monday, climbed onto a rooftop of a business and opened fire on the parade about 20 minutes after it started.
Bystanders said they initially thought the sound of gunfire was fireworks.
Highland Park Mayor Nancy Rotering told CNN Tuesday that she expects the suspected shooter, Robert Crimo III, to be charged today
CNN tells us more about the investigation.