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The Royal Newfoundland Constabulary said Friday they have identified "people of interest."
Last year, police said they would play a "less visible role'' at the Pride parade.
The reporter says she's heard it before.
The company managing the unit says it was aware of the system.
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The winds could knock over trees and cars.
"Everybody was devastated and in shock that day.''
Police determined the animals were mere moose.
It all started when police posted a "wanted" photo of Brandon Melbourne on their page.
The Royal Newfoundland Constabulary has been on the receiving end of criticism about Trump's presidential candidacy.
The Royal Newfoundland Constabulary says they'll comply with the request.
Not your typical ride-along.
One Twitter user said a baby moose followed his daughter to the bus stop.
"Why is it up to women to always be on guard?''
The case became public after a teen spoke out about the ranking on Facebook.