Police in Waukesha, Wisconsin, are requesting the public's help in finding additional video of Sunday's Christmas parade massacre that left six people dead and dozens more injured.
According to a Google document, the Waukesha Police Department is collecting video of the suspected driver's red SUV on the parade route or fleeing the scene.
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"In light of the tragedy that occurred November 21, 2021 during the Christmas Parade, the Waukesha Police is seeking the assistance from the public in gathering pertinent video that may have been recorded during the incident," the department says in the document, shared by the city of Waukesha's Twitter account on Wednesday. "To ensure quality of the videos, we are seeking only videos or photos that you recorded and which capture the vehicle traveling through the parade or fleeing the scene."
Police are still looking for video footage of the suspect vehicle in the parade route or fleeing from the scene, please provide footage here. https://t.co/k1pqJdmiKJ.— cityofwaukesha (@CityofWaukesha) November 24, 2021
Needs to be video that you captured yourself. Only looking for footage of the incident, not the aftermath.
The tweet comes one day after the suspected driver of the red SUV, 39-year-old Darrell Brooks, was charged with five counts of first-degree intentional homicide in connection to five adults who were killed. If convicted for all five counts he currently faces, Brooks could spend the rest of his life in prison.
Prosecutors revealed on Tuesday that a sixth person, a child, had also died, which could result in an additional homicide charge for Brooks. Dozens more were injured in the attack.
The judge set Brooks's bail at $5 million.
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There have already been cellphone videos posted to social media that captured the chaos when the SUV crashed through the parade. Doorbell camera video shows the moments leading up to when Brooks was arrested by police later that night at a home less than a mile away from the parade.