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Monday, 9 February 2009

Kevin LeClair two gunmen opened fire with automatic weapons, shattering the driver's side window and leaving LeClair critically wounded

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Kevin LeClair was gunned down in his truck in Langley, he was stopped by police in the same vehicle in Port Moody in the company of Jonathan Bacon.Bacon and LeClair, who died Sunday, were seen driving away from Bacon's apartment in the 600-block of Nootka Way, heading for popular Newport Village when they were pulled over. They told police they were on their way to the shopping area to get a coffee, apparently nonchalant about the threats facing them."On Thursday, Feb. 5, members of the Port Moody Police Department were in the area of Jonathan Bacon's residence," Insp. Andy Richards confirmed Sunday. "At approximately 12:15 p.m., Bacon was seen exiting his residence and getting into Kevin LeClair's late model Lincoln pickup truck.
The two were stopped and checked by PMPD members a short distance away and they advised they were heading to Starbucks. They were in the same vehicle in which LeClair was murdered the next day in Langley."Just two days before the LeClair-Bacon sighting, Port Moody Police issued an extraordinary public warning that Bacon -- the eldest of three gangster brothers targeted for death -- had moved to town and residents should be aware.It was the third police warning in Metro Vancouver since last May, when the B.C. Integrated Gang Task Force said the public could be at risk because of the serious nature of the threats against the Bacon brothers and friends, who are linked to the Red Scorpion gang.LeClair, a 26-year-old Surrey resident, pulled into the Thunderbird Mall parking lot just after 4 p.m. Friday. Some witnesses said he was being chased by another vehicle. Right in front of a crowded IGA Marketplace, two gunmen opened fire with automatic weapons, shattering the driver's side window and leaving LeClair critically wounded.RCMP Cpl. Dale Carr said Sunday that the Integrated Homicide Investigation Team is now in charge of the LeClair probe and is appealing to the public for information."Police have learned that two suspects were seen fleeing the area. They were last seen heading north through the parking lot of the shopping centre toward Colossus Theatre," Carr said. "It is believed that the suspects entered a vehicle to leave the area, and in doing so left the area in an erratic manner thereby drawing attention to themselves."

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