Police Put an End to Canada Shooting Rampage

New Brunswick police said residents can now leave their homes after alleged shooter Justin Bourque was arrested.
1:21 | 06/06/14

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soccer. The man dressed in military camouflage, forcing the lockdown of an entire city in Canada, has been taken into custody. He's been arrested I a woman's backyard. ABC's Ron Claiborne is there with the latest. Ron? Reporter: The end came dramatically. Police officers arresting 24-year-old Justin Bourque in the middle of the night. My parents saw them make a formation. And then, start screaming, come out with your hands up. And about five minutes later, he surrendered from out behind one of the trees and said, I'm done. Reporter: New Brunswick police tweeting, residents of north moncton can leave their homes. A city of 69,000 had been a ghost town. Residents hiding in their homes behind locked doors, as police staged a massive manhunt for Bourque, after he allegedly shot and killed three officers. On his Facebook page, Bourque posted photos from anti-gun control groups and rock lyrics. What is still not known, what allegedly triggered his deadly rampage. This city was paralyzed with fear. Nothing open. Virtually no one on the street. Amy, this morning, there is he enormous relief here.

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