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A teenage shooting victim and her father were led from the Winnipeg courthouse in handcuffs on Thursday after a suspect accused of shooting the girl with an RCMP officer's stolen gun was acquitted of all charges.
Winnipeg police officers used a stun gun on a man outside a Tim Hortons on Wednesday evening because he appeared to have a shotgun under his jacket.
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