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1 Man Dead, 2 In Custody After Early Morning Shooting In South Surrey, IHIT Investigating

Darpan News Desk, 06 Sep, 2019

    Early this morning Surrey RCMP responded to an altercation in a South Surrey residence on 160th between 16th Avenue and Alder Place where a male was found with gunshot wounds.

     

    The male has unfortunately succumbed to his injuries and 2 people are in custody.

     

    The parties involved are known to one another and there is no public safety risk known at this time.

     

    The incident is not believed to to be linked to the street level gang conflict which has continued to plague Surrey, investigators said.

     

    Homicide Team has taken conduct of the investigation. Police are currently in the evidence gathering phase.

     
     
     
     
     

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