Maine officials identify 18 killed in Lewiston mass shooting as search continues for suspect

LEWISTON, Maine — State officials identified Friday all 18 victims of a mass shooting that took place in Lewiston Wednesday, and the ages of the dead range from 14 to 76 and include multiple people who were related to each other.

Families of those killed were notified, Maine Department of Public Safety Commissioner Michael Sauschuck, and the photos used in a presentation at City Hall were approved by relatives.

Those killed include: Ronald Morin, 55; Peyton Brewer-Ross, 40; Joshua Seal, 36; Bryan MacFarlane, 41; Joseph Lawrence, 57; Arthur Fred Strout, 42; Maxx Hathaway, 35; Stephen Vozzella, 45; Thomas Ryan Conrad, 34; Michael Deslauriers II, 51; Jason Adam Walker, 51; Tricia Asselin, 53; William Young, 44; Aaron Young, 14; Robert Violette, 76; Lucille Violette, 73; William Frank Brackett, 48; and Keith Macneir, 64.

A search for the suspect in the mass shooting was ongoing, Sauschuck said.

This is a developing story…

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