accused of shooting and killing two Work and Income staff
members and seriously injuring a third will appear in
Christchurch District Court today.
Farmer Dan White knew a gunman was on the loose when he went
to move a mob of sheep.
Russell John Tully, the suspect at the centre of yesterday's
triple shooting, was a sick, homeless man who had returned to
Ashburton to die.
Donn McLaren was stunned when he heard his old school mate
Russell John Tully was being hunted by police after a triple
shooting in Ashburton yesterday morning.
The triple shooting in Ashburton yesterday could result in
the Ministry of Social Development taking a hard look at
security protocols on all of its sites.
The man at the centre of a massive hunt in Ashburton today
after two Work and Income workers were shot dead and a third
critically injured has been taken into custody.
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