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Raoul Moat dead after shooting himself in police stand offIt had taken a 3.4million manhunt that involved hundreds of officers from 15 different forces and lasted seven days. But the search for fugitive gunman Raoul Moat ended in dramatic fashion last night when he was cornered by 10 police snipers in an allotment. Crazed killer Moat, 37, aimed a gun at his own head in a suicide threat as police negotiators tried to talk him into giving himself up. Moats childhood pal Tony Laidler, 35, was allowed through police lines to try to help end the stand-off. Peter Addison, who lives just 50 yards away from the scene in Rothbury, Northumberland, watched as armed officers cornered the wanted ex-bouncer. He said: M

oat was wearing a white baseball cap and trainers and a dark jacket and jeans. He was confronted by two armed officers and there was some shouting as I assume police were 今日跑狗图高清 trying to take control of the situation. Within five minutes another half a dozen officers joined the others and asked him to lie on the grass. He took the shotgun and pointed it at the side of his head. Around 90 minutes later he said Moat sat up Jand placed the barrel under his chin. Peter added: He looked quite calm. I couldnt hear what he was saying but I could see his shoulders move up and down as if he was shrugging. He must have been confro

nted by at least a dozen officers holding all sorts of weapons and shields. The former jailbird sparked the manhunt after shooting and wounding ex-girlfriend Samantha Stobbart, 22, and killing her boyfriend Chris Brown, 29, last Saturday. A day later he shot and wo

unded PC David Rathband, 42. Samanthas gran Ann Hornsby, 69, warned grimly last night: I hate to say it but I dont think Raoul will come ou

t of this alive. He hated prison and wont want to spend the rest of his days in there. It wouldnt surprise if he tries to take out a policeman and gets shot. One

in 10 of all UK gun police who are available for duty had been called up to help in the hunt for him. Scotland Yard sent 40 firearms officers and the Police Service of Northern Ireland 20 armoured cars. RAF Tornado jets

also scoured the area. Villagers told how the search came to a climax just after 7pm last night as armoured police vehicles, vans and cars sped through Rothbury after the first confirmed sight

ing of Moat. Paula Mason was in a pub with husband Lee, 39, and kids Be

n, seven, and Anna, eight, when police hared down a street near where her mum Kathleen Freeman, 50, lives. Paula, 33, said: I spoke with my mum and she was terrified. She said she could see him near the allotments. He was crouching down in long grass. He was surrounded by armed cops, all training their sights on him. He h

ad a gun to his own head and they were shouting things to him, saying he was completely surrounded. But he would not move. The spot is just 200 yards from where his Lexus getaway car was found on Monday. During the tense stand-off, the fugitive agreed with police officers to have a drink and a drink and a sandwich. Pal Tony, who worked with him as a bouncer in bouncer in Newcastle, said: Ive known him for nearly 33 years and just want to go up and see him and

talk to him. He claimed the gunman had indicated he was out of ammunition. Tony went on: He has got no bullets left. He used the last two when he shot that policeman. Hes got

an empty gun to his head. There are no bullets so he is thinking over what hes going to do. The dramatic scenes followed the discovery yesterday of three discarded mobile phones he had used. One was handed in by a member of the public in Rothbury and two were found by officers. in On Thursday night Moat is believed to have goaded police by strolling along Rothburys main street as they looked him a few hundred yards away. Three passers-by told police they saw the crazed killer just h o u r s after officers had a s s u r e d villagers they would be safe. One witness, a woman journalist, said: I caught his eye. I was r

ea sonably sure it was him. The woman, a passer-by and a male journalist all believe they spotted the bodybuilder in the village. She told how the passer-by was also convin

ced the man was Moat. She said: He went up to a policeman who said, Dont worry, we check out all sightings. He then rushed to another policeman and said I think weve se

en Moat. Meanwhile, the other journalist said he even spotted the suspect stroll past an unarmed officer who summoned armed help. He said: I saw him walking down a path. He fitted Moats description. There was a police officer who may have been so close to Britains most wanted man. He was unable to do anything and waited for back-up to arrive. Police confirmed they probed the sightings. Earlier in the week Moat had left a rambling rant on a tape that police found in a tent o

n Tuesday. Referring to last months Cumbria mass killer, he said: I am not going to do a Derrick Bird and kill old grannies in bobble hats. But he vowed to carry on killing coppers and threatened to ruthlessly mow down any members of the public who stood in his way.

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