This is the twisted disguise the suspected Highland Park gunman donned so he could blend in with the fleeing crowd just moments after he allegedly opened fire on Fourth of July parade-goers.

Robert E. “Bobby” Crimo III, 21, wore women’s clothing in a bid to conceal his identity and his distinctive tattoos during Monday’s slaughter in the wealthy Chicago suburb, authorities revealed Tuesday.

A surveillance photo obtained by local outlet WGN-TV shows Crimo allegedly wearing what appears to be a long black wig as he fled the scene of the mass shooting.

He was also allegedly dressed in a long-sleeve shirt, black gloves and a neck scarf, according to the image.

Crimo, who was carrying a black backpack, had headphones in and was clutching a phone, too, the alleged footage shows.

Suspected Highland Park gunman Robert Crimo allegedly fleeing the scene while wearing women’s clothing to disguise himself.
Crimo allegedly killed seven people and injured at least 40 others during a parade in the Chicago suburb on July 4, 2022.

Before fleeing, the accused killer wrapped his weapon of death — a high-powered rifle — in a red blanket and dropped it behind the building, authorities said at a later briefing.

“Based on video surveillance recovered by our investigators, we’re very certain that there was a female witness who saw Crimo drop an object inside of a red blanket behind Ross’ at 625 Central Avenue immediately following the shooting,” said County Major Crime Task Force spokesman Christopher Covelli — urging the woman to contact authorities.

Covelli added that officials have recovered five firearms in all tied to Crimo: “at least two rifles, some pistols and possibly a shotgun.”

The official said at an earlier briefing that “Crimo was dressed in women’s clothing, and investigators do believe he did this to conceal his facial tattoos and his identity.

Crimo getting arrested by police after the parade shooting.

“He was seen on video camera in women’s clothing,” the official said.

Covelli added, “He blended right in with everybody else as they were running around — almost as if he was an innocent spectator as well.”

Crimo is accused of firing on parade-goers from the top of a building during the Independence Day parade, killing seven and injuring more than 40 others.