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Saturday, 19 February 2011

Vancouver shooting victim was armed, police say


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Vancouver shooting victim was armed, police say - The Globe and Mail: "Police are calling Vancouver’s first homicide of the year – on a busy downtown street – a setback in their efforts to deal with gangs.

“The police department is concerned. The city is concerned. Even the province,” said Constable Jana McGuinness of the Vancouver Police Department.

Carrying a Concealed HandgunMilad Nournia, 26, was shot several times on the 1000-block of Hornby Street around 8:30 p.m. Constable McGuinness said the man stumbled into a nearby Subway restaurant and collapsed on the floor. Police found him severely wounded and in possession of a loaded handgun. Mr. Nournia was taken to a hospital where he died shortly after 9 p.m.

Constable McGuinness confirmed that Mr. Nournia was known to police, however, investigators have still not determined whether he is linked to specific gangs.

“We do believe this was a very targeted incident,” she said."

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