HALIFAX (NEWS1130) – Police say they’ve stopped an apparent plan by at least two suspects to kill people in a public place in the Halifax-area on Valentine’s Day.
RCMP issued a statement saying a 19-year-old man who was found dead in a Halifax-area home had intentions go to a public place with a woman and open fire on citizens before killing themselves.
The statement from Nova Scotia RCMP Commanding Officer Brian Brennan says police received information on Thursday morning of a potential significant weapons-related threat.
Brennan says the information suggested a 19-year-old Halifax-area man and a 23-year old woman from Geneva, Illinois, had access to firearms.
He says two other males, ages 20 and 17, were also involved, although he says their role is part of the ongoing investigation.
Police say they found the 19-year-old man dead at a home in the Halifax-area early Friday morning.
Nova Scotia police say they’ve foiled attempt to kill people in a public place | 660News
Whom ever killed this guy, should get a medal.