Eight days after two heavily armed brothers died in a gunfight with police after robbing a bank in Saanich, B.C., some of the most basic questions about the crime remain unanswered.
What possibly could have motivated Mathew and Isaac Auchterlonie, the deceased 22-year-olds from Duncan, B.C.?
Were they killed by police? Or did they die by suicide?
And how did the brothers’ affinity for guns factor into their actions?
The RCMP is releasing few details as the investigation moves into its second week. But Western University criminologist and author Michael Arntfield says the nature of the crime does have telling details.
“[The] militarized takeover bank robbery
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