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Man wanted in Rundle IED bombing surrenders after Winnipeg standoff

Winnipeg Police were in a two-hour standoff with an alleged Aryanguardsman wanted in Calgary, before the man surrendered to cops.

Winnipeg Police were in a two-hour standoff with an alleged Aryan guardsman wanted in Calgary, before the man surrendered to cops.


Kyle McKee, 24, was arrested early Wednesday morning in the north end of Winnipeg, police said, after a tip was received on his whereabouts. Police said he was last seen in Regina on Nov. 25, but managed to avoid capture by the RCMP.


McKee, who has been connected with white supremacist activity in the Calgary area, faces two counts of attempted murder, possessing, making or controlling explosives, and possession of a weapon or imitation for dangerous purpose in connection with an alleged bomb attack in the northeast Calgary community of Rundle on Nov. 21.


The alleged attack is believed to be part of a feud between rival Aryan guard members in the city.


A 17-year-old is also facing charges in the same incident.

 
 
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