Nova Scotia shooting: RCMP provide more details on gunman’s police uniform, replica police car
The Nova Scotia RCMP say the replica police car driven by a gunman who killed 22 people this month was obtained in the fall of 2019. Supt. Darren Campbell says Gabriel Wortman then outfitted the vehicle with a light bar and decals that made it look almost identical to a genuine RCMP vehicle. He said investigators have learned the gunman owned a total of four used police cars obtained at auction, but there is no indication police were aware of his collection before the events of April 18 and 19. Campbell also said the gunman collected other police memorabilia, including the genuine RCMP shirt and yellow-striped pants he wore during his rampage.