Attempted murder suspect turns himself in to RCMP

A Yukoner wanted for attempted murder and kidnapping turned himself in to police yesterday.

A Yukoner wanted for attempted murder and kidnapping turned himself in to police yesterday.

Daniel Joel Mason, 31, was the subject of a Canada-wide arrest warrant in connection with a downtown shooting that happened on November 14.

Mason will appear in court on Nov. 27 and is charged with two counts of attempted murder, kidnapping and firearms-related charges.

Sean Kenneth Broadly, also wanted in connection with the shooting, remains at large.

Police consider him to be possibly armed and warn the public not to approach him, but rather to contact the Whitehorse RCMP at 867-667-5555.

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