Cruel death drive in Canada!
In the province of Nova Scotia, a man shot wildly and, according to police, killed more than ten people. A police officer is also among the victims, as the investigators announced in a press conference on Sunday evening (local time).
The alleged perpetrator, a 51-year-old man, was caught and killed by the police on Sunday afternoon (local time) after hours of chase during which he had changed his getaway car several times.
The wrong thing is that the man had bought a police disguise for his killing spree. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) wrote that the man was wearing a uniform that looked very similar to the official one. His car was also prepared in the same way as the RCMP cars – only a number and letter combination at the rear distinguished the perpetrator’s getaway car from the real police car
The wrong colleague was identified by the officers as Gabriel Wortman (51) from Portapique in the north of the Eastern Canadian Atlantic Province after witnesses described him. The RCMP tweeted: “Clarification. The suspect in our investigation, Gabriel Wortmann, is NOT employed by the RCMP, but is wearing a uniform. He is armed and dangerous. If you see him, stay away from him and call 911. “
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police had already received reports of an armed attacker on Sunday night. Residents were asked to stay in their homes and lock their doors.
Happening now: At least ten ppl dead in shoting rampage in Nova Scotia. @rcmpns Cst HeidiStevenson among those killed. More info to come…