Dark day for the Mounted Police

Jeff Pyke, right, is comforted after placing flowers for his friend, Constable Douglas Larche, outside Royal Canadian Mounted Police headquarters in Moncton, New Brunswick, on Friday. The suspect in the killing of three Royal Canadian Mounted Police was arrested unarmed early Friday, ending a massive manhunt that paralyzed much of the eastern Canadian city.
Jeff Pyke, right, is comforted after placing flowers for his friend, Constable Douglas Larche, outside Royal Canadian Mounted Police headquarters in Moncton, New Brunswick, on Friday. The suspect in the killing of three Royal Canadian Mounted Police was arrested unarmed early Friday, ending a massive manhunt that paralyzed much of the eastern Canadian city. Sean Kilpatrick, The Canadian Press/AP photo

Jeff Pyke, right, is comforted after placing flowers for his friend, Constable Douglas Larche, outside Royal Canadian Mounted Police headquarters in Moncton, New Brunswick, on Friday. The suspect in the killing of three Royal Canadian Mounted Police was arrested unarmed early Friday, ending a massive manhunt that paralyzed much of the eastern Canadian city.

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