OTTAWA: On Monday, it has been said in a statement by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) that there were four people who shot died in Penticton, British Colombia, and the suspect is in the custody.
The statement further said that, “There are four people who have determined deceased by the police at three locations within a radius of 5 km (3.1 mile).”
It added that, “A man matching the description of the suspect turned himself into the Penticton RCMP detachment. The investigation is being progressed while the man remains in the custody. Preliminary indications are this was a targeted incident.”
The underlying shooting occurrence was accounted for at 10:30AM nearby time (1730 GMT). A second was reported, While the police were en route to the scene.
It was said by the police that, the suspect in both of the incident turned himself in about an hour after the first report.
The rationale behind the shooting was still unrevealed.
It was said by the Ted De Jager- the RCMP regional commander that, Determining the reason behind the occurred of this incident is part of our ongoing investigation.”
He added that, “I comprehend this is a profoundly upsetting incident that has occurred in our locale. Our hearts and considerations are with every one of those affected by this appallingly awful incident.”