Moncton: the day after

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Published on June 05, 2014

Const. Damien Theriault address media Thursday morning. "This us a very, very dangerous situation. We have not aprehended the individual."

Published on June 05, 2014

RCMP inspect vehicles at the corner of Mountain Road and Killam Drive for the suspect. Later police would concentrate their efforts here beleiving the suspect was in the area.

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Armed officers were stationed at offramps into the cordoned area of Moncton North.

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Many business flew flags at half-mast for the three RCMP officers slain the night before.

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Security at Moncton's downtown train station was increased in light of the ongoing manhunt for an armed shooter.

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Springhill's Ryan Reynolds works in Moncton, where Atomik Nutrition has a number of police officers as customers. The mood at the Dieppe store was solem in light of Wednesday night's shooting.

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Reports the gunman was involved in a shooting near Angie's Show Palace were not confirmed by officials Thursday, but an officer on the scene indicated the incident on St. Laurent Street was not related to the manhunt.

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Believing the suspect was in a building near the corner of Killam Drive and Mountain Raod, police increased their numbers.

Published on June 05, 2014

Believing the suspect was in a building near the corner of Killam Drive and Mountain Raod, police increased their numbers.

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The excitement of possibly seeing the suspect caught drew over one hundred onlookers, but forced RCMP to divide their attention between the investigation and the crowd.

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The prospect of a standoff wasn't enough for some Monctonions to go about their day, despite police warnings to stay back.

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Officers move in on the building the suspect was thought to be in.

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As the investigation progressed, more officers took to cover just in case.

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First in, last out. An explosives robot is the last to leave the a building where the suspect was determined not to be. Police returned their efforts to the Mncton-North area afterwards.

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Media from across Canada are now in Moncton as the manhunt for the 24-year old suspect continues.

Published on June 05, 2014

Cpl. Chantal Farrah, RCMP Media Relations Officer, reported Thursday afternoon one of the officers shot last night was released, while the other remains in hospital. "Our number one priority is to locate and apprehend the suspect, and resolve the situation as soon as possible."

The Hub City was a shadow of its former self Thursday, when the night before an armed gunman opened fire on RCMP, killing three of them and injuring two more. As the city coped with the events from Wednesday, RCMP were on the hunt for the suspect, spotting him twice in the city's north end during the early hours of the morning and later, following a tip, police moved their attention to a Mountain Road building before determining the suspect was not there. As evening approached - almost 24-hours after the shooting - RCMP confirmed the suspect has yet to be captured and that their efforts will continue in Moncton-North, asking residents to stay indoors with the doors locked.

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