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Canada shootings: 'Arrest is huge relief for Moncton'

6 June 2014 Last updated at 07:53 BST

Residents of Moncton, New Brunswick have been told they are now free to leave their homes after the arrest of a man suspected of killing three policemen and wounding two others.

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police in New Brunswick said that Justin Bourque was arrested just after midnight.

CBC News reporter Melissa Oakley described the sense of relief in Moncton.

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