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Canada police arrest suspect after Windsor, Ontario manhunt

Richard Wallace is shown in this Windsor, Ontario, Canada Police photo released to social media on June 1, 2016. Courtesy Windsor Police/Handout via REUTERS

TORONTO (Reuters) - Canadian police arrested a suspected gunman in Windsor, Ontario on Wednesday, after a brief manhunt that triggered a lockdown of some neighborhoods in the city.

City police said on Twitter they had a shooting suspect identified as Richard Wallace in custody. They had earlier warned they were looking for Wallace, who they believed was wearing camouflage clothing and carrying a long gun.

CBC News said police believed an armed man had fired shots at a home in the city early on Wednesday, an incident that triggered the lockdown and manhunt. There were no injuries reported.

Windsor is located across the U.S.- Canadian border from Detroit.

Reporting by Jeffrey Hodgson Editing by W Simon

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