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    Heidi Patrie, right, gives a hug to a friend at a vigil Saturday in honor of the victims of the mass shootings in Lewiston. Patrie said her kids are very close with Joshua Seal’s children. Seal, who was a husband, father and a well-known American Sign Language interpreter in Maine, was one of the 18 people who lost their lives Wednesday.

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    Thomas Conrad's father salutes his late son at a service at Holy Family Church in Lewiston for the victims of Wednesday's shootings.

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    Members of the Deaf community sign "I love you" on Sunday evening at the One Lewiston Community Vigil at the Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul in Lewiston. The gathering was to memorialize the 18 victims of the mass shootings Wednesday night.

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    Two members of the Deaf community weep Sunday evening at the One Lewiston Community Vigil at the Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul in Lewiston.

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    A sign along the roadside of Sabattus Street on Friday evening.

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    The overflow crowd watches the video monitor Sunday evening at the One Lewiston Community Vigil at the Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul in Lewiston.

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    Victims of the Maine shooting. Top from left, Ronald G. Morin, Peyton Brewer-Ross, Joshua A. Seal, Bryan M. MacFarlane, Joseph Lawrence Walker, Arthur Fred Strout. Second row from left, Maxx A. Hathaway, Stephen M. Vozzella, Thomas Ryan Conrad, Michael R. Deslauiers II, Jason Adam, Tricia C. Asselin. Third Row from left, William A. Young, Aaron Young, Robert E. Violette and Lucille M. Violette, William Frank, Keith D. Macneir.

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    Two people embrace Sunday evening at the One Lewiston Community Vigil at the Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul in Lewiston.

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    Benjamin Rogers, 6, right, and Logan Rogers, 8, center, stand alongside side their mother Bryanna Rogers, left, all of Lisbon, as they bow their heads during a moment of prayer at a vigil in Lisbon for the victims of Wednesday’s shootings on Saturday, October 28, 2023. (Staff photo by Brianna Soukup/Staff Photographer)

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    Devin Wagner, of Lisbon, helps her son, Mason, 2, light his candle Saturday at a vigil Saturday for the victims of Wednesday's mass shootings in Lewiston.

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    Bre Allard and her children Lucy, 5, and Zeke, 8, plant crosses Saturday in honor of the victims of Wednesday's mass shootings in Lewiston.

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    A small memorial with bouquets of flowers and small signs sits outside of the emergency department at Central Maine Medical Center on Saturday.

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    A section of Capital Avenue that leads to the Maine Recycling Corporation, where Robert Card’s body was found on Friday evening, is blocked off by police Saturday.

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    Heather Bailey and her daughter, Ollie, 13, lean on each other Saturday during a Lisbon candlelight vigil for the victims of Wednesday's mass shootings in Lewiston.

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    Public Safety Commissioner Mike Sauschuck takes questions Saturday morning about the nature of the self-inflicted gunshot wound by deceased mass shooter Robert Card. ASL interpreter Regan Thibodeau signs on the left.

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    Gov. Janet Mills speaks to the media Friday night at Lewiston City Hall, announcing that Robert Card was found dead of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound in Lisbon Falls. Behind her are Lewiston Chief of Police David St. Pierre, left, and Public Safety Commissioner Mike Sauschuck. Another press conference will be held tomorrow with more details of the search and discovery.

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    A police officer blocks an entrance to Capital Avenue in Lisbon on Friday night.

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    Maine State Police Public Safety Commissioner Michael Sauschuck addresses the media Friday morning on the manhunt for Robert Card, suspected gunman in the Lewiston mass shootings that killed 18 people and injured 13, at a press conference in the council chambers at Lewiston City Hall.

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    A large police presence near the search site on Frost Hill Avenue in Lisbon on Friday.

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    Members of the Maine State Police Underwater Recovery Team use a ROV to search the Sabattus River Friday afternoon at Miller Park in Lisbon.

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    Law enforcement officers travel on the Androscoggin River as the search continues Friday in the aftermath of a mass shooting in Lisbon Falls. Authorities are scouring hundreds of acres of family-owned property, sending dive teams to the bottom of a river and scrutinizing a possible suicide note in the second day of their intensive search for an Army reservist accused of a mass shooting in Maine.

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    Police ride in the back of an ATV along Lisbon Street in Lisbon near the search site Friday.

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    A helicopter flies low searching the Androscoggin River in Lisbon as the search for suspect Robert Card continues on Friday.

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    Law enforcement officers temporarily detain people in Durham as a manhunt continues in the aftermath of a mass shooting. Authorities are scouring hundreds of acres of family-owned property, sending dive teams to the bottom of a river and scrutinizing a possible suicide note in the second day of their intensive search for an Army reservist accused of fatally shooting several people in Maine.

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    Signs were tacked along Lisbon Street in Lewiston after Wednesday's shootings that left 18 dead and 13 wounded.

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    Lewiston Mayor Carl Sheline puts his arm around Lewiston City Councilor Stephanie Gelinas during Thursday's press conference at Lewiston City Hall.

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    A man and woman embrace at the reunification center shortly after midnight Thursday morning at Auburn Middle School in Auburn.

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    Emergency responders and police gather at the emergency entrance Wednesday night after deadly mass shootings at a bowling alley and a restaurant in Lewiston.

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    A crew under Jeremy Hiltz, left, of Recovery Connections of Maine made "Lewiston Strong" banners that hang in various locations in downtown Lewiston. Hiltz is friends with a number of people killed during Wednesday's mass shootings.

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