Massive Manhunt for Suspect After 3 Officers Killed in Canada

Massive Manhunt for Suspect After 3 Officers Killed in Canada
News from ABC News:

Police in Canada are conducting a massive manhunt, searching for a man suspected in a shooting that left three officers dead and two others injured.

Royal Canadian Mounted Police Constable Damien Theriault said police responded to a call Wednesday about an armed man in the north end of the city of Moncton, in the east coast province of New Brunswick, at 7:30 p.m. Three of the responding officers were killed and two sustained non-life threatening injuries and were in stable condition.

“We are still actively looking for the shooter,” Theriault said. “He is believed to still be in the Pinehurst subdivision area of Moncton. We are urging people in that area to stay inside and lock their doors and for people to stay away from that area.”

Marc Grandmaison/The Canadian Press/AP Photo

PHOTO: Royal Canadian Mounted Police officer Damien Theriault and Mayor George LeBlanc pause to collect themselves before addressing the media during a late night news conference at City Hall in Moncton, New Brunswick, June 4, 2014.

Police say they were looking for Justin Bourque, 24. The police force shared an image of a suspect wearing…………… continues on ABC News

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‘Mr Game Seven’ Williams strikes early for Kings in opener
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LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Known affectionately as “Mr Game Seven”, Los Angeles Kings right winger Justin Williams went against type by providing the defining moment of the Stanley Cup Finals opener on Wednesday.

Williams broke the deadlock in overtime with a lovely shot to the top left corner over the outstanding New York Rangers goaltender Henrik Lundqvist to lift the 2012 champions to a 3-2 victory and an early lead in the best-of-seven series.

The 32-year-old Williams played a major role in getting the Kings into the NHL title series, taking his league-record tally to 14 points in Game Seven deciders as Los Angeles edged the Chicago Blackhawks in the Western Conference Finals.

However, Williams showed his hand early on Wednesday, providing an assist on Drew Doughty’s game-tying goal in the second period and then scoring the winner himself after Rangers defenseman Dan Girardi turned the puck over early in overtime.

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