Tuesday, 16 July 2024

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Police Officer Reported Suspicious Behavior of Gunman On Roof Nearly 30 Minutes Before Shooting

Suspect couldn’t be located.

A police officer noticed gunman Thomas Crooks acting suspiciously on a roof and reported him nearly 30 minutes before he shot at Donald Trump, according to a new report.

The “dramatic new details” were reported by Pittsburgh local news station WPXI-TV.

“Channel 11’s Nicole Ford confirmed that Beaver County’s ESU team had eight members at the rally, including snipers and spotters. According to Ford’s sources, one of them noticed a suspicious man on a roof near the rally at 5:45 p.m., called it in and took a picture of the person,” states the report.

The station later confirmed the image to be that of the would-be assassin.

Another law enforcement officer saw Crooks on the ground and called in the report with a picture prior to 5:45pm, according to the report.

The grounds were checked for the suspect but he could not be found.

Around 26 minutes after the second picture was taken, Crooks fired at Trump from the roof of the American Glass Research building.

The report will amplify questions as to why the shooter was not apprehended before he was able to target Trump.

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