Video of what appears to be Robert Crimo being arrested after Highland shooting

Crimo opened fire during a Fourth of July parade, leaving six dead and thirty wounded

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A new camera phone video shows what appears to be Robert Crimo III being arrested by police following the Highland Park shooting on July 4 that left six dead and more than thirty injured. 

Crimo, 22, opened fire from a rooftop perch during a Fourth of July Parade before fleeing the scene. Crimo led police on a brief pursuit before being arrested following an hours-long manhunt. He was then taken into police custody, according to Highland Park Police Chief Lou Jogmen. 

A North Chicago police officer had seen the vehicle matching the description of Crimo's car and attempted to conduct a traffic stop before Crimo took off. 

Five of the six victims were adults found dead at the scene. The other died at the hospital from injuries sustained in the shooting. 

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Robert Crimo III, 22, was taken into police custody after a brief car chase.

Robert Crimo III, 22, was taken into police custody after a brief car chase. (Katherine Rappel)

Witnesses at the parade said they mistook the gunfire for a Navy salute before realizing what was going on. They then fled the area. 

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Law enforcement search after a mass shooting at the Highland Park Fourth of July parade in downtown Highland Park, Ill., a suburb of Chicago, on Monday, July 4.

Law enforcement search after a mass shooting at the Highland Park Fourth of July parade in downtown Highland Park, Ill., a suburb of Chicago, on Monday, July 4. (AP/Nam Y. Huh)

Highland Park Mayor Nancy Rotering said Tuesday on NBC's "Today Show" the weapon was legally obtained and she is waiting on prosecutors to file charges against Crimo. 

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Fox News' Louis Casiano and Michael Ruiz contributed to this report.