Fredericton shooter fired long gun from elevated position, police say

Canadian police: 2 of 4 dead in shooting are officers

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A Fredericton man facing four charges of first-degree murder allegedly used a long gun and fired from an elevated position, police said Saturday, in a Friday attack that killed two police officers and two civilians.

Police have identified the suspect as Matthew Vincent Raymond, 48. The victims have been identified as Fredericton officers Const. Sara Burns, 43, and Const. Robb Costello, 45, as well as Donald Robichaud, 42, and Bobbie Lee Wright, 32.—More…

At least 4 people dead in shooting, Canadian police say

Two police officers were among the four people shot and killed Friday morning in the Canadian city of Fredericton, New Brunswick, police said.

Fredericton Police tweeted “one suspect” was in custody, however, it was unclear if authorities were seeking any other suspects.

Canadian police: 2 of 4 dead in shooting are officers

At least four people have been killed in an early morning shooting in Canada.

Police in Fredericton, New Brunswick responded to the shooting in a residential neighborhood at around 7am on Friday, taking one suspect into custody after an intensive emergency response.—More…


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