Canadian Suspect Shot Police Officers Found Dead In Manhunt
Montreal: The Canadian suspect, shot injured two Royal Canadian Mounted police officers, has been found dead on Saturday.
According to police authorities the man suspected for shot fires on Canadian police officers in Canada’s province of Alberta on Saturday , has been found dead at private residence following a city-wide police manhunt.
RCMP Assistant Commissioner Marlin Degrand stated that suspected man shot police officers inside the casino, escaped from the spot to a nearby property; one of the police officer has been critically wounded while other has not enough left safe.
Authorities explained that police entered the house without shooting fire where they found man dead who has nearly 30-year-old, however, identity of suspect has not disclosed by police.
On Saturday two of police officers have been investigating a stolen car, they saw in the parking of casino in the city of St Albert, north-west of Edmonton. They have suddenly shot fire by a suspect without giving them a chance to respond, fled from the scene.
Police has started a wide manhunt the search the armed man, spotted him dead in house while it is not revealed that either man killed himself or not.