(Highland Park, IL) -- The manhunt is over for the suspect in the killing of six people at a 4th of July parade in a Chicago suburb.
Police spotted Robert Crimo's vehicle in North Chicago and took him into custody without incident after a brief chase. Crimo is being questioned by authorities.
No charges have been filed yet. A video posted online eight months ago now appears to be a foreshadowing of Monday's mass shooting in Highland Park. It features Crimo in a room with a newspaper clipping of Kennedy assassin Lee Harvey Oswald posted on the wall behind him and, hints towards a school shooting.
The voice on the video can be heard saying "I need to just do it, it is my destiny. Nothing can stop me."
Several dozens of people were also hurt in the shooting.