WINNIPEG — A Winnipeg woman who was shot to death outside her work on Friday had a protection order against her husband, Global News has learned.
Camille Runke, 49, was found unresponsive with gunshot wounds outside JB’s Trophy on Marion Street early Friday morning.
Winnipeg Police and RCMP were on scene in St. Malo, Manitoba Monday afternoon.
A St. Malo resident tells Global News police cars blocked at least three mile roads east of Highway 59.
Officers were tracking a vehicle linked to the suspect in the shooting of Runke. Sources tells Global News that the suspect has died form self inflicted injuries.
Court documents show Runke had applied for a protection order against her husband Kevin Runke on July 24th, 2015.
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In the documents she wrote “He has a rifle,” following an incident where police were called to her home on Martin Avenue where property damage occurred. Police wrote the gun “looked like an air gun.”
Further in Runke’s protection order she wrote, “He has been stalking my home and I have witnesses other than myself. My vehicle has been compromised…cut belts and hoses.”
“He was brazen enough to enter my locked yard when he thought I wasn’t home.”
Meantime, Kevin Runke filed for a protection order of his own on July 9th, 2015, that was denied.
In it, he wrote, “She has showed up to my work and follow(ed) me grocery shopping to Walmart…She said she will take me down and ruin me.”
Runke also wrote, “I can not handle the mental stress and online abuse.”
On October 30th, residents near Marion Street said they heard gunshots.
Police have not made any arrests yet, but remain on scene in St. Malo.
Runke wrote in her order, “I fear for what he will do next.”