Heartbreak in Moncton

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Flags are at half-mast today at the Kentville Police Service in honour of the RCMP officers kllled and injured in Moncton.

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New Brunswick RCMP are telling people in this area to stay indoors.

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Former Yarmouth County resident Audrey Vaughan looks out of a window of her Moncton home on Thursday morning, June 5, as her family, like so many others, were on lockdown as an RCMP manhunt for a shooting suspect went on.

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Students from Sackville High School return home from a band trip to Moncton, N.B. on Thursday. Their trip was cut short after an RCMP manhunt began for a suspect in the shooting of five officers.

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Moncton RCMP held a press conference this morning to offer an update on the search for the suspect in the death of three officers.

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New Brunswick RCMP June 5 as a manhunt continues in Moncton.

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Police press conference in Moncton.

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On the 'safe' side of the police lines.

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Police quard streets in Moncton as the serch continues for 24-year-old Justin Bourque.

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A manhunt is underway for the alleged shooter of RCMP officers in Moncton.

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People watching police action in downtown Moncton June 5. 

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Cpl. Chantal Farrah speaking at a Thursday press conference in Moncton. PHOTO FROM NEW BRUNSWICK RCMP'S TWITTER FEED.

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When Sydney resident Sandy Maloney looked out the window of his Dieppe, New Brunswick hotel room this morning, he saw police preparing to join the search for a gunman alleged to have shot three people. Submitted

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RCMP thought for a time the suspect responsible for killing three officers and injuring two more Wednesday evening was in a building near the corner of Killam Drive and Mountain Road in Moncton Thursday afternoon.

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RCMP thought for a time the suspect responsible for killing three officers and injuring two more Wednesday evening was in a building near the corner of Killam Drive and Mountain Road in Moncton Thursday afternoon.

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RCMP were everywhere in Moncton June 5 as the manhunt continued. 

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Colchester County resident Steve MacIntosh has been on pins and needles since the Wednesday night RCMP shootings in Moncton. His younger sister lives in the area where residents have been confined to their homes for safety reasons as the manhunt for the alleged shooter continues

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Christopher Gooding photo

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The flag at the Shelburne RCMP Detachment is at half mast to mark the loss of three officers in Moncton.

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Police man a road block near where 24-year-old Justin Bourque was arrested just after midnight June 6. 

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Anita Fitzsimmons being interviewed by reporter June 6

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Lucien Pomar took his family to Amherst last night out of fear for what was happening. He runs Vintner's Cellar on Mountain Road, Moncton.

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Fahed Douami said he watched the action unfolding near his Moncton store. His wife was home, near where officers were shot.

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Business and traffic were returning to normal June 6 in Moncton. 

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A forensics truck is parked at the scene where one of the Moncton RCMP officers was shot and killed on Wednesday night. Many streets in the area of the shootings were still closed on Friday. The suspect, 24-year-old Justin Bourque, was arrested nearby just after midnight, early Friday morning.

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RCMP officers talk at a roadblock on Laforge Street in Moncton near where the suspect in the killing of three police officers was arrested just after midnight early Friday morning.

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Assistant Commissioner Roger Brown, commanding officer of J Division New Brunswick, talks to the media during a press conference early Friday. The RCMP released the names of the three officers who were fatally wounded Wednesday.

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Supt. Marlene Snowman, officer in charge Codiac RCMP, addresses the media during a Friday press conference in Moncton. RCMP released the names of the three officers killed on Wednesday night

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New Brunswick Premier Alward talks to RCMP officers and Nick LeBlanc, chair of the Codiac Regional Policing Authority, prior to Friday morning's press conference in Moncton.

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RCMP officers talk at a roadblock on Laforge Street in Moncton near where the suspect in the killing of three police officers was arrested just after midnight early Friday morning. Police say the investigation is continuing.

The shooting deaths of three RCMP officers, the wounding of two RCMP officers and a 30-hour manhunt for the suspect had all eyes on Moncton June 4 to 6. Read more coverage: http://www.novanewsnow.com/News/Regional/Manhunt-in-Moncton-1220/content/1

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