3 dead, 1 critical after campus shooting in Canada
ASSOCIATED PRESS June 15, 2012 4:52PM
Police investigators look over the body of a shooting victim after three people were killed in an apparent attempted armed robbery at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Canada on Friday, June 15, 2012. The robbery happened in the Hub Mall area, which is a combination of student residences and 54 shops. (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Ian Jackson)
EDMONTON, Alberta (AP) — Police say they are searching for a security company employee who has been charged with murder in an attempted robbery of an armored truck at a western Canada university that left three armed guards dead and one in critical condition.
Police say 21-year-old G4S Cash Services employee Travis Baumgartner is wanted for three counts of first degree murder as well as attempted murder. Canadian authorities say they have notified U.S border officials as well.
The armored truck, abandoned but running, was found not far from the security company’s offices.
The University of Alberta was quickly put on lockdown, but that was later lifted.
G4S Cash Services spokeswoman Robin Steinberg confirms that two male employees and a female employee were among the dead.