A man who broke into a shop in Canada has been caught on camera running head first into a glass door on his way out.
Prince Charles compared the actions of Russian leader Vladimir Putin to Adolf Hitler, it has been claimed by a museum volunteer in Canada.
Prince Charles' reported comments about Vladimir Putin have thrown him into the centre of a political row - but not for the first time.
An image of a man wearing army fatigues and carrying two air rifles has been released by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police as they search for suspect Justin Bourque, after three officers were shot dead and two wounded in the Canadian city of Moncton, New Brunswick.
Police in the Canadian city of Moncton, New Brunswick are urging residents to stay inside with their doors locked as they continue the search for a gunman who killed three officers and wounded two more.
In a tweet, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police said:
New Brunswick Premier David Alward has said that he is 'shocked and saddened' by the situation in Moncton, after three police officers were killed and two injured in a shooting in the Canadian city
I'm shocked & saddened to learn of tonight's tragic situation in Moncton I extend my thoughts and prayers to those affected #PrayForMoncton
Police have launched a manhunt in Canadian city of Moncton, New Brunswick, after three officers have been shot dead and two wounded.
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police New Brunswick Division warned residents of the city to stay indoors and said that officers are searching for a 24-year-old suspect.
Police and local media also tweeted a photo of a man they claimed to be the suspect dressed in military camouflage clothing and carrying firearms.
The Prince of Wales has appeared to ignore a question on recent reported comments comparing Russian president Vladimir Putin to Adolf Hitler.
A reporter asked: "What do you make of Mr Putin's comments about you today?" A spokeswoman for the Prince of Wales declined to comment on Mr Putin's criticism.
A spokeswoman for the Prince of Wales has declined to comment on Mr Putin's criticism.
Vladimir Putin sent a direct personal message to Prince Charles when questioned today over the future King's reported comparison of him to Adolf Hitler.
The Russian President said: "Give my words to Prince Charles. He has been to our country more than once - if he made such a comparison, it is unacceptable and I am sure he understands that as a man of manners."
Mr Putin said: "It reminds me of a good proverb: 'You are angry. That means you are wrong."'
Russian president Vladimir Putin has described the Prince of Wales's reported comparison of him with Adolf Hitler as "unacceptable" and said such remarks were "not what monarchs do".
If the allegations that Prince Charles compared President Vladimir Putin to Hitler are true, they don't "reflect well" on the future King a Russian Foreign Officer spokesman has said.
"If these words were truly spoken, then without doubt, they do not reflect well on the future British monarch," Russian Foreign Ministry spokesman told a news conference
"We view the use of the Western press by members of the British royal family to spread the propaganda campaign against Russia on a pressing issue - that is, the situation in Ukraine - as unacceptable, outrageous and low." The spokesman added.
The Russian Embassy has branded reported remarks made by the Prince of Wales comparing president Vladimir Putin to Adolf Hitler as "outrageous".