Robert Card, the man accused of killing 18 people at a bowling alley and bar in Lewiston, Maine, has been found dead, officials said. The family of the suspect said that his mental health had deteriorated rapidly and that he had reported hearing voices in recent months. The mass shooting was the 565th in the U.S. in 2023 and the deadliest so far this year, according to the Gun Violence Archive. All 18 victims have been identified: Ronald G. Morin, 55; Peyton Brewer-Ross, 40; Joshua A. Seal, 36; Bryan M. MacFarlane, 41; Joseph Lawrence Walker, 57; Arthur Fred Strout, 42; Maxx A. Hathaway, 35; Stephen M. Vozzella, 45; Thomas Ryan Conrad, 34; Michael R. Deslauries II, 51; Jason Adam Walker, 51; Tricia C. Asselin, 53; William A. Young, 44; Aaron Young, 14; Robert E. Violette, 76; Lucille M. Violette, 73; William Frank Brackett, 48; Keith D. Macneir, 64. NBC News’ Lester Holt, Emilie Ikeda, Sam Brock, Emma Barnett, Rehema Ellis, Antonia Hylton, George Solis, Alex Seitz-Wald, Minyvonne Burke and Erik Ortiz are reporting from Maine.