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Police Arrest Noah Didhra Charged In 2017 Surrey Bystander Shooting

Darpan News Desk, 07 Feb, 2020

    Surrey RCMP are advising the public that a male wanted on an outstanding warrant has been taken into custody.

     

    Noah Didhra, 21-years-old, who was wanted in relation to an investigation stemming from a 2017 Surrey shooting was taken into custody in Vancouver.


    Didhra was named as an alleged associate of Abd’l Malik Loubissi-Morris, who was arrested in December for his alleged role in the July 9, 2017 shooting, in which a stray bullet hit a 62-year-old Ontario woman in the shoulder.

     

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