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Gun shop says Christchurch suspect bought weapons online

Reuters Monday, 18 March 2019
The owner of a New Zealand gun store said on Monday the man charged with murder in Christchurch's mass shooting had bought firearms and ammunition online from the store, but it did not sell him the high-powered weapon used in the mosque shootings.
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The owner of New Zealand gun store Gun City, David Tipple, says the man arrested in relation to the Christchurch shooting had bought weapons online from the store. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

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