Investigators are learning more about the 32-year-old Washington state tattoo artist who wounded an unarmed Canadian border guard and then killed himself — but they’re still trying to find out why.
The Coroners Service says 32-year-old Andrew Michael Crews was the gunman who allegedly shot and wounded a guard before killing himself at the Peace Arch, U.S.-Canada border.
A Canadian border guard shot in her booth at a busy U.S.-Canada crossing north of Seattle remained hospitalized in stable condition Wednesday as investigators worked to determine the identity and motive of the man who shot her and committed suicide.
A Canadian border guard was in stable condition after she was wounded by a gunman who later killed himself, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police said.
The Peace Arch crossing on the U.S.-Canada border was closed Tuesday afternoon after a Canadian agent was shot.