People can sign books of condolences at all four Cumberland RCMP offices between June 9 and 12.
AMHERST – Members of the Cumberland District RCMP are thanking members of the public for their support since the fatal shooting of three members of the Codiac RCMP on Wednesday night.
Const. Travise Dow, who was called to Moncton in the aftermath of the shootings, said the local officers were touched by the calls and notes they have been receiving.
“Cumberland District RCMP would like to sincerely thank our local friends, family members, municipal police partners, local government departments and local residents for their overwhelming support during these past few days,” Dow said in an email. “Many of the officers from our offices attended to this scene and your support has been welcome. Many officers have received phone calls, email messages and support during this time. Thank you.”
Dow said the tragedy in Moncton to the policing family has been felt all across Canada. Cumberland County RCMP have set up a books of condolences at all of its detachments that may be signed between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. between June 9 and 12.
The books will be sent to the Codiac detachment next week.