Canadian Cop Killer Suspect Still At Large
June 05, 2014
Police in Moncton, Canada, say finding and arresting a heavily armed man is their "top priority" after three RCMP officers were killed and two were wounded in shootings Wednesday night, reports the CBC.
Cpl. Chantal Farrah made the comment during a news conference on the manhunt for the suspected shooter, Justin Bourque, 24, in the southeastern New Brunswick city.
Earlier in the day, police cleared a building they had surrounded as part of the search for Bourque.
The news conference is the latest development in the manhunt that started on Wednesday evening and involves up to 300 police personnel from across the country.
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KevCopAz @ 6/5/2014 4:38 PM
My heart reaches out to our Police Brothers from the North, may God be with you and your families. I hope you catch this guy and since you don't have a death penalty I hope he forces your hand and it ends in death for him, he deserves that. I have many Canadian friends (both winter visitors and transplants) here in Az and I have met no finer folks. I even know a few "Mounties" and they are great Cops! Once again our prayers are with you.
TheRookie @ 6/5/2014 9:08 PM
As the world societies become more dangerous the more Law Enforcement Officers World Wide are going to become yet bigger larger targets than they already are. Sorry for your loss RCMP Agency & all Canadian Departments. Get this man dead or alive. Preferably the first. R.I.P. Brother RCMP Officers.
eric drakes @ 6/9/2014 7:51 AM
as a law enforcement officer my thoughts and prayers go out to their family, co workers and friends. I want you guys to get him and may GOD guide and protect you. From Sandstorm Trinidad & Tobago Police Srvice
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