RCMP are warning people who search for love online to be aware of the potential dangers.Police say that online dating scams have increased over the past few years.Royal Canadian Mounted Police combed the streets and woods of the normally tranquil city of Moncton Thursday in search of a gun-toting man suspected of killing three officers in the deadliest attack on their ranks in nearly a decade.Much of this normally quiet Canadian city of about 60,400 people was on lockdown prior to the arrest, with frightened residents huddled in their homes as Mounties scoured the eerily quiet streets in search of the man suspected of killing three of their own.The new charges are the result of a 10-month investigation.Stuchenko was reported missing in October 2009, her body found four days later in a gravel pit in the Prince George outskirts. Her body was found two weeks later in LC Gunn Park, a remote area of Prince George allegedly frequented by sex-trade workers.
In November, an RCMP officer pulled over Legebokoff in his truck north of Vanderhoof, B.One shocked local family caught the gunfight on camera and uploaded the footage to Facebook, and the only photo of the shooter himself came from the RCMP who shared a photo of Bourque on their official Twitter account.Peering outside: Moncton residents heard the gunshots but could only gather information by looking outdoors and seeing how the police were preparing for a standoff on Wednesday night, though Bourque has still evaded capture They drifted apart when competitive sports became a factor in the growing boys' lives but stayed in touch, to the point that Bourque visited Campbell to pay his respects when Campbell's father died recently.While her body has yet to be recovered, RCMP said there’s evidence to support the murder charge.RCMP said Legebokoff extensively used social media and online dating to “correspond with friends, associates, potential girlfriends and others.” He frequently used the online moniker 1Country Boy.A little man with a big eraser, changing history Procedures that he's programmed to, all he hears and sees.Altering the facts and figures, events and every issue.'We were just sitting in the garage drinking a little bit of whiskey, listening to some Black Sabbath, and having a good time. "I should get home before I pass out," is what he said. Mourning: The shooting has turned into a national tragedy in Canada, where gun violence is uncommon, and the national flag has been lowered to half mast throughout the country including above the Peace Tower in Ottawa (pictured Thursday) 'Fascinated by guns': Justin Bourque (left), the man wanted by police for shooting three officers dead and wounding two more in the Canadian city of Moncton.He is show here wearing a camouflage jacket with weapons on what appears to be a hunting trip with a friend'The police and other emergency personnel are working under extremely difficult conditions and need our complete cooperation. If you cannot get home, seek out a friend or family and remain there until you are advised otherwise,' Le Blanc said in a statement.RCMP said the killings weren’t related to the Highway of Tears cases, involving 18 missing women starting in 1969 along the remote 700-km stretch of Highway 16 between Prince George and Prince Rupert, B. However, they aren’t ruling out the possibility Legebokoff might be linked to other cases. We’re not going to discount it and we’re going to leave nothing to chance,” Insp.Brendan Fitzpatrick told QMI Agency, adding the RCMP is asking for the public’s assistance.