2 suspects arrested, 1 at large after 2 shootings in Preston area

RCMP Nova Scotia Twitter report: Recently, news circulated on the internet that two suspects have been arrested and another is at large in connection with two shootings in North Preston and East Preston, NS Friday night. The Nova Scotia RCMP tweeted at 8:12 p.m. By this time they were on the scene in East Preston after shots were fired. According to the tweet, one suspect was arrested while the other two fled into the woods. RCMP tweeted just over an hour later that they were still looking for “at least one other” male suspect and that bullets had been fired in the Bell Street area of ​​East Preston. Follow more update on Mazic.co

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RCMP Nova Scotia Twitter report

At around 11:25 p.m., police tweeted that the shelter-in-place order had been lifted and the 911 call made at around 8:10 p.m. had ended. The tweet read: “Police no longer believe there is an urgent threat to the safety of nearby citizens. Cpl. Chris Marshall previously stated that no injuries were reported as a result of the shooting. According to Marshall, the RCMP first received a report of the shooting at 6:55 p.m. According to Marshall, one person was arrested and two others were seen fleeing into a wooded area off Brian Street in East Preston. One of the two suspects is still at large. At this point we have limited this range.

Police officers have warned residents to call us on 911 if they see the suspect. Police also say a serious conduct investigation is ongoing. You can find traces of him, if we find out anything we’ll let the media know. The shootings and robbery are now being confiscated.

Anyone with information about the shooting should contact the police directly, or if anything has information on them then we will let them know immediately. The sacrifice has now become a serious matter in our department. We’re getting pressure to catch him as soon as possible. The police take this matter very seriously. They didn’t take this case very lightly. People are very scared when this incident happens. They demand their safety and some protection laws. When updates come, we will definitely let you know.

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