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Deadly shooting in New Brunswick

A message at the St. John the Evangelist Anglican Church notifies the community of a prayer vigil after a shooting incident in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada, August 10, 2018. REUTERS/Dan Culberson

A message at the St. John the Evangelist Anglican Church notifies the community of a prayer vigil after a shooting incident in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada, August 10, 2018. REUTERS/Dan Culberson

A message at the St. John the Evangelist Anglican Church notifies the community of a prayer vigil after a shooting incident in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada, August 10, 2018. REUTERS/Dan Culberson
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Police are present at the scene of a shooting incident in Fredericton. REUTERS/Dan Culberson

Police are present at the scene of a shooting incident in Fredericton. REUTERS/Dan Culberson

Police are present at the scene of a shooting incident in Fredericton. REUTERS/Dan Culberson
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Police officers emerge from the brush near the scene of a shooting incident in Fredericton. REUTERS/Dan Culberson

Police officers emerge from the brush near the scene of a shooting incident in Fredericton. REUTERS/Dan Culberson

Police officers emerge from the brush near the scene of a shooting incident in Fredericton. REUTERS/Dan Culberson
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Fredericton Police and Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) patrol in front of the apartment complex which was the scene of a shooting incident in Fredericton. REUTERS/Dan Culberson

Fredericton Police and Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) patrol in front of the apartment complex which was the scene of a shooting incident in Fredericton. REUTERS/Dan Culberson

Fredericton Police and Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) patrol in front of the apartment complex which was the scene of a shooting incident in Fredericton. REUTERS/Dan Culberson
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Sophie Davis, 10, from Fredericton, lays flowers at a shrine that has been created outside Fredericton Police Headquarters in Fredericton. REUTERS/Dan Culberson

Sophie Davis, 10, from Fredericton, lays flowers at a shrine that has been created outside Fredericton Police Headquarters in Fredericton. REUTERS/Dan Culberson

Sophie Davis, 10, from Fredericton, lays flowers at a shrine that has been created outside Fredericton Police Headquarters in Fredericton. REUTERS/Dan Culberson
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Evacuees from apartment buildings where the shootings took place, board a city bus to be taken to a temporary shelter, at the scene of a shooting incident in Fredericton. REUTERS/Dan Culberson

Evacuees from apartment buildings where the shootings took place, board a city bus to be taken to a temporary shelter, at the scene of a shooting incident in Fredericton. REUTERS/Dan Culberson

Evacuees from apartment buildings where the shootings took place, board a city bus to be taken to a temporary shelter, at the scene of a shooting incident in Fredericton. REUTERS/Dan Culberson
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A makeshift memorial has been forming outside Fredericton Police Headquarters in Fredericton. REUTERS/Dan Culberson

A makeshift memorial has been forming outside Fredericton Police Headquarters in Fredericton. REUTERS/Dan Culberson

A makeshift memorial has been forming outside Fredericton Police Headquarters in Fredericton. REUTERS/Dan Culberson
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Participants light candles in a vigil at the St. John the Evangelist Anglican Church in Fredericton. REUTERS/Dan Culberson

Participants light candles in a vigil at the St. John the Evangelist Anglican Church in Fredericton. REUTERS/Dan Culberson

Participants light candles in a vigil at the St. John the Evangelist Anglican Church in Fredericton. REUTERS/Dan Culberson
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A note is left with flowers outside Fredericton Police Headquarters in Fredericton. REUTERS/Dan Culberson

A note is left with flowers outside Fredericton Police Headquarters in Fredericton. REUTERS/Dan Culberson

A note is left with flowers outside Fredericton Police Headquarters in Fredericton. REUTERS/Dan Culberson
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Fredericton Police Chief Leanne Fitch (R) listens to questions from reporters while addressing a news conference about shooting in Fredericton. REUTERS/Dan Culberson

Fredericton Police Chief Leanne Fitch (R) listens to questions from reporters while addressing a news conference about shooting in Fredericton. REUTERS/Dan Culberson

Fredericton Police Chief Leanne Fitch (R) listens to questions from reporters while addressing a news conference about shooting in Fredericton. REUTERS/Dan Culberson
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Participants light candles for the fallen at the St. John the Evangelist Anglican Church in Fredericton. REUTERS/Dan Culberson

Participants light candles for the fallen at the St. John the Evangelist Anglican Church in Fredericton. REUTERS/Dan Culberson

Participants light candles for the fallen at the St. John the Evangelist Anglican Church in Fredericton. REUTERS/Dan Culberson
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A Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) car blockades the scene of a shooting incident in Fredericton. REUTERS/Dan Culberson

A Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) car blockades the scene of a shooting incident in Fredericton. REUTERS/Dan Culberson

A Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) car blockades the scene of a shooting incident in Fredericton. REUTERS/Dan Culberson
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Fredericton Police and Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) investigate apartment complex which was the scene of a shooting incident in Fredericton. REUTERS/Dan Culberson

Fredericton Police and Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) investigate apartment complex which was the scene of a shooting incident in Fredericton. REUTERS/Dan Culberson

Fredericton Police and Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) investigate apartment complex which was the scene of a shooting incident in Fredericton. REUTERS/Dan Culberson
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Fredericton Police investigate the front of a residence near the scene of a shooting incident in Fredericton. REUTERS/Dan Culberson

Fredericton Police investigate the front of a residence near the scene of a shooting incident in Fredericton. REUTERS/Dan Culberson

Fredericton Police investigate the front of a residence near the scene of a shooting incident in Fredericton. REUTERS/Dan Culberson
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