The Royal Canadian Mounted Police named the suspect and warned residents near Tobick to stay indoors after shooting
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police has named a suspect and warned residents near Tobique First Nation in New Brunswick to lock their doors and stay indoors in response to shootings in the area.
The Mounted Police issued an area alert at 9:26 pm on Friday evening, warning that it was responding to a shooting in the Tobique Narrows Highway 105 area, which is about 10 kilometers north of Perth-Andover, New Hampshire.
The RCMP said in the alert: “Lock the door, stay away from the window, and hide in place.”
In the second alert issued at 9:56 pm Eastern Time, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police identified the suspect as 25-year-old Stephen Paley Jr.
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police also said on Twitter that the suspect was in a red Toyota Tacoma and is currently searching for him in the Tobique Narrows area.
#RCMPNB Right now #TobiqueNarrows. The theme is a red 4-door Toyota Tacoma. Residents should lock their doors, hide in place, and stay away from windows.Follow on Twitter and Facebook @RCMPNB To get updates.
To keep the phone open for investigations, the police also asked the public not to call 911 for information.