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Wednesday, 3 November 2010

Police warning extended as four shot and wounded in Gastown - The Globe and Mail


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Police warning extended as four shot and wounded in Gastown - The Globe and Mail: "unprecedented warning by Vancouver police of a “high probability” of gang violence this past weekend has been given an open-ended extension after four people were shot and wounded Sunday morning on the sidewalks of Gastown.
“It’s not something we would retract unless we had a very good reason to – for example we made arrests,” Constable Jana McGuinness told a news conference on the sidewalk where the shooting occurred hours earlier as people were out celebrating Halloween.
Friday’s unusual warning was focused on the Halloween weekend, but Constable McGuinness said there is no longer a time limit, and that the public should remain alert in the coming days."


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