MONCTON, N.B. – The New Brunswick RCMP’s investigation into the June 4, 2014, shooting in Moncton, which resulted in the deaths of three RCMP officers and injuries to two others, is continuing. In order to make it easier for witnesses to submit photo and video evidence, police have established an online solution so digital evidence can be easily submitted to police.
Any photos or videos connected to the incident are considered evidence and may greatly assist the RCMP with the investigation. Anyone, especially those who were under lock-down in the search perimeter of the north end of Moncton, with original photos and videos of the incident are asked to submit them to police. Instructions on how to upload are available here.
The RCMP is continuing to canvass residents in the north end of Moncton. So far, police have made more than 1,500 neighbourhood enquiries and received hundreds of tips. Every single tip is being looked at and the RCMP is asking people to be patient if they have called in with information as they will be contacted. Residents are also asked that if they know for certain that a neighbour is not home to let police know. The RCMP plans on visting every household in the area and will continue to go back to households where people could not be reached.
Police are continuing to ask residents in the north end, who were under lock-down, to have a look around their property for evidence. If anything is found, residents are asked not to touch or disturb the article and contact Codiac Regional RCMP at 506-857-2400.