The man wanted by police in New Brunswick, Canada, for killing three officers and wounded two more, has been arrested, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police has said.
Justin Bourque arrested by RCMP at 12:10 in Moncton. He is in police custody. Residents of north Moncton can now leave their homes.
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