Three police officers killed in Canadian city shooting

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.

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#Codiac #RCMPNB - 3 officers mortally wounded by shooter. 2 officers sustained non life threatning injuries. Shooter still actively sought.

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#Codiac #RCMPNB advises the public in the Hildegard / Ryan Raod area to remain inside due to an ongoing shooting in the area.

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#Codiac RCMP searching for 24-y-o Justin Bourque of Moncton. Considered armed and dangerous. http://t.co/AVbkq3CiAc

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