Man who killed soldier Patrice Vincent wanted more victims: Quebec coroner

This undated photo provided by the Department of National Defense, shows Warrant Officer Patrice Vincent. AP Photo/Department of National Defense

A coroner says a Quebec man who killed a Canadian Forces warrant officer in 2014 wanted more victims.

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Patrice Vincent, 53, was killed in the parking lot of a shopping mall in Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu when Martin Couture-Rouleau plowed into him and a fellow soldier, who survived.

Couture-Rouleau had known jihadist sympathies.

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Coroner Andre Dandavino’s report contains excerpts from a conversation Couture-Rouleau had with a 911 operator just minutes after Vincent’s death.

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The report says Couture-Rouleau called 911 and said he was not going to surrender because he might run into another soldier and that he would kill him.

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Earlier, Couture-Rouleau tried to attack a police officer, while Dandavino noted he later had two knives in his hand as he tried to charge another officer before he was killed.

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