It was something around 11:25 p.m., police tweeted that the shelter-in-place order had been revoked and that the emergency alert that had been issued at about 8:10 p.m had ended. The tweet stated, “Police no longer think there is an urgent threat to the safety of citizens in the vicinity. Cpl. Chris Marshall had previously stated that no injuries have been reported as a result of the shootings. According to Marshall, the RCMP first received a report regarding the shootings at 6:55 p.m.According to Marshall, one individual was arrested and two more were observed fleeing into a forested area behind Brian Street in East Preston. One of the two suspects is still on the loose. At this point, they have confined this area.
Cops have warned the residents that if they see the suspect then they should reach them on 911. They are finding the traces of him if something we came to know then we inform the media. The shootings and the robbery which has occurred are now seized.
It was on Friday evening, two suspects were been apprehended, and another is at large. The Nova Scotia RCMP tweeted at 8:12 p.m. At that, they were on the scene in East Preston after shots were fired. According to the tweet, one suspect was apprehended, while the other two fled into the woods.