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Friday, 20 March 2009

Shooting death Thursday near the Surrey/Langley boundary.


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The incident reportedly occurred at Hi-Knoll Park off Colebrook Road (50th Avenue) and 196th Street, where a resident discovered a body around 6 a.m.First responders confirmed the victim was dead and IHIT was called in. The integrated police dog service conducted a search of the area.Police said the victim was a 33-year-old Langley male. They did not release his name pending notification of next of kin, but police said he was not known to them.Cpl. Dale Carr of IHIT said the shooting “has the signature of being targeted.” But he added, “At this time the police have not made any conclusive links to drugs, gangs or organized crime. As the investigation progresses, that may become clearer.”Forensic teams were examining the scene and police were canvassing the neighbourhood. The RCMP E Division dive team was searching a marsh area below the crime scene.A gold-coloured van sat in a parking lot at the centre of the crime scene. A body covered by a tarp could be seen near the driver’s side rear wheel.Witnesses said they heard up to eight gunshots. Colebrook Road was closed between 192nd and 200th streets as police investigated.The shooting was the second in the area since last Saturday, when a 36-year-old woman was found dead by the side of the road. She has been identified as Laura Lynn Lamoureux, and was known to police.Meanwhile, another shooting apparently occurred in Vancouver’s Yaletown on Wednesday night, leading to multiple 911 calls about shots being fired on Marinaside Crescent near Drake Street.


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