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Police looking for a gunman who opened fire at the pro-Trump rally in Ohio


Police are looking for a shooter who opened fire during a pro-Trump parade in Ohio on Saturday morning

The incident occurred near the town of Hilliard just before 11 a.m. when a cavalry of Trump supporters drove down I-270.

According to the police, the shooter was a "participant in the parade" and "shot through the window of a victim".

This person's condition is unknown to the public and Sagittarius is still at large.

NBC 4 reports that the suspect drove a "black pickup truck with Trump and American flags and Marines stickers" on it.

Police are looking for a shooter who opened fire during a pro-Trump parade in Ohio on Saturday morning. The scene is pictured

Dublin police reached Twitter shortly after the shooting and told the driver to exercise caution. The emergency services are at the location of a "traffic accident".

"We went around 270 three times and found no problems," said parade organizer Mary Ann Walker to WCMH-TV.

“I think we saw an accident, maybe a little fender on the side of the road. So this is very surprising.

"Hopefully I wouldn't believe it was someone in our group because everyone is so friendly and nice and I just don't see it."

The incident comes just days after President Trump and Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden discussed cases of political violence that are currently plaguing political rallies and protests against social justice.

Last summer dozens of people were shot and injured when rival political groups clashed in the streets.

During Tuesday night's debate, the commander in chief was blown up after telling far-right group The Proud Boys to sit back and stand by.

He denied that much of the political violence was caused by right-wing people, saying that left-wing organizations like Antifa have more responsibilities.

Meanwhile, Biden has also been criticized for appearing to downplay the violence committed by Antifa, claiming the organization was merely "an idea".

The pro-Trump parade consisted of hundreds of drivers driving down I-270 from Columbus on Saturday to show support for the president

The pro-Trump parade consisted of hundreds of drivers driving down I-270 from Columbus on Saturday to show support for the president

A Trump supporter is seen during the car parade in Ohio on Saturday. Most of the vehicles were decorated with American flags and MAGA stickers

A Trump supporter is seen during the car parade in Ohio on Saturday. Most of the vehicles were decorated with American flags and MAGA stickers

Followers also gathered on flyovers waving American flags as the cavalry passed

Followers also gathered on flyovers waving American flags as the cavalry passed

Saturday's pro-Trump parade consisted of hundreds of drivers driving from Columbus on I-270.

Followers also gathered on flyovers and waved American flags as the cavalry passed.

A Twitter user shared a video of the parade in progress and wrote, “Thousands of trucks / cars / motorcycles showed up at the Trump Parade in Columbus, Ohio !!! Landslide incoming. & # 39;

The pro-Trump parade was just one of hundreds of events held across the country on Saturday – exactly a month before the presidential election.

Numerous boats went into the waters of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, where they held a "Make American Boats Great Again" parade in honor of the President

Numerous boats went into the waters of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, where they held a "Make American Boats Great Again" parade in honor of the President

In New York, people gathered near a Regal movie theater on Staten Island to pray for President Trump following his COVID-19 diagnosis on Friday

In New York, people gathered near a Regal movie theater on Staten Island to pray for President Trump following his COVID-19 diagnosis on Friday

Many of the gatherings took on a gloomy tone after it was revealed on Friday that the president had tested positive for COVID-19.

The Commander in Chief is currently being hospitalized at Walter Reed Medical Center "out of caution".

A separate car parade was held in Wapakoneta, Ohio, while a boat parade in support of the President was held in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Meanwhile, dozens of Republicans prayed for the POTUS at an event in Staten Island, New York.

A small handful of President Trump's supporters gathered outside Walter Reed Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland to show support for him and send him good wishes

A small handful of President Trump's supporters gathered outside Walter Reed Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland to show support for him and send him good wishes