Canada Police says the Nova Scotia mass shooting death toll rises to 22


Wortman disguised himself as a police officer during his shooting rampage. He was wearing an authentic uniform and driving a vehicle that looks similar to a police cruiser.

According to the RCMP, most of the victims were adults except for a 17-year old girl. Among the victims were an officer, a retired firefighter, a teacher, and a nurse. The Police noted that Wortman knew some of his victims and he probably targeted them.

The RCMP is still investigating his motive for committing such a horrible crime. It is also looking into how he obtained a vehicle that resembles a police cruiser.

RCMP update on its investigation into the mass shooting

On Friday, Superintendent Darren Campbell, Support Services Officer, Nova Scotia RCMP provided an update regarding their investigation into the mass shooting.

Supt. Campbell confirmed that Wortman killed 22 people and injured three others. Based on their investigation, the gunman committed his shootings in three clusters. The first cluster was in Portapique on Saturday night, the second cluster in Wentworth, Glenholme, and Debert. The third cluster in Shubenacadie, Milford, and Enfield.