NewsAlert: Ontario man wanted for first degree murder in boy's death

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Police say more than 100 tips have poured in from across Canada as investigators hunt for an Ontario man who allegedly killed his seven-year-old stepson and stabbed a bank employee.

Authorities said they will be issuing a Canada-wide warrant for a St. Catharines man in connection with a first-degree murder and an attempted murder on Friday.

Kuijer was also wanted in connection with the stabbing of an employee at a local RBC branch shortly after Dumas as attacked.

A spokesperson for the Niagara Health System said there was extra hospital security staff Friday out of an abundance of caution to assist police while they conducted an investigation.

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Meanwhile, the manhunt continues for Justin Kuijer, 43, accused of second-degree murder.

Niagara Regional Police ask anyone who spots Kuijer to call 911. Nathan died in hospital on Saturday. Police have only said that the woman and Kuijer are "known to each other professionally".

Police alleged that Kuijer had been on the run in his ex-girlfriend's van ever since the two grisly scenes unfolded Friday.

Police confirmed an eight-year-old child was transported to hospital from the location. He was wearing a black tuque, brown leather coat, dark trousers, boots and an orange hoodie.

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The suspect then left the bank and drove away in a grey 2009 Pontiac Montana van with licence plate BYTE392. "She is certainly supportive and we are doing what we can to protect her with Mr. Kuijer still outstanding", Gavin said.

Members of the public who have information are invited to call the Niagara Regional Police.

Visitation is being at Pleasantview Funeral Home on Merrittville Highway Thursday from 6 p.m.to 8 p.m., and Friday from noon to 2 p.m., followed by funeral services.

In an obituary, Nathan's family described him as a caring, considerate boy who never missed an opportunity to come to the defence of a friend.

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Dumas thanked the Niagara community for an outpouring of support and a wave of financial generosity, and social media comments suggested those beyond the family circle felt moved by Nathan's death. "Nathan was a truly kind, loving boy with a big heart, full of compassion for everyone and everything". On the rear driver's back window was a pink floral tribute sticker in relation to missing person "Ashley Simpson".

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