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Canada RCMP seeking 2 'armed and dangerous' suspects in Whitehorse shooting

22:50  01 december  2019
22:50  01 december  2019 Source:   cbc.ca

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Yukon RCMP are on the hunt for two " armed and dangerous " suspects in connection to a shooting outside a Whitehorse bar. The suspects are described as black men, approximately six feet tall. RCMP say anyone who sees them should immediately call 911 and not approach.

Police were looking for two suspects they considered “ armed and dangerous ” after a shooting outside the 202 Motor Inn, also known as the Elite Hotel, on An RCMP cruiser blocked Jarvis Street outside The 202 Motor Inn in Whitehorse this weekend, while police were investigating a shooting .

a man in a white uniform: The suspects are described as black men, approximately six feet tall. RCMP say anyone who sees them should immediately call 911 and not approach. © Provided by cbc.ca The suspects are described as black men, approximately six feet tall. RCMP say anyone who sees them should immediately call 911 and not approach. Yukon RCMP are on the hunt for two "armed and dangerous" suspects in connection to a shooting outside a Whitehorse bar.

Both suspects are described as black men, approximately six feet tall. Police believe they may be travelling together in a silver Toyota Tacoma pickup truck.

"If a member of the general public observes one or both of these individuals, the police urge the public to not approach and call 911 or their local police department immediately," the release reads.

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Yukon RCMP are on the hunt for two " armed and dangerous " suspects in connection to a shooting outside a Whitehorse bar. Both suspects are described as black men, approximately six feet tall. Police believe they may be travelling together in a silver Toyota Tacoma pickup truck.

High Prairie RCMP issued a warning as well as a plea for help from the public on Wednesday as they try to locate two suspects in connection with a “The public are cautioned not to approach Auger or Cardinal as they are considered armed and dangerous ,” RCMP said. Tips can also be anonymously

Police say they responded to reports of a shooting outside The 202 Motor Inn, also known as the Elite Hotel, on Whitehorse's 2nd Avenue around 2 a.m. Sunday morning.

An adult male sustained "what police believe to be a serious life threatening gunshot wound" in the attack, the release states.

The blocks of Jarvis Street and 3rd Avenue adjacent to the hotel have been closed since approximately 4 a.m. as police conduct an investigation.

The Elite Hotel, previously known as the 202 Motor Inn, also contains The Local Bar and Offsales and the 202 Chinese Restaurant.

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