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Tuesday, 16 August 2011

Gun fire erupted on the street in Surrey last night.


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As many as three individuals came under what appears to be a targetted attack in Guildford, police say.

“Based on [the targets’] background, it seems there is a level of gang affiliation,” said RCMP spokesman Sgt. Peter Thiessen early Tuesday morning.

He said the attack happened at around 10:40 p.m. near the intersection of 101st Avenue and 153rd Street.

There were a “number of people” that witnessed the attack, he said.

“Numerous shots were fired toward the individuals,” Thiessen said, adding that the injuries are “minor.”

At this early stage of the investigation he said police couldn’t say if the attack had anything to do with the fatal mass shooting in Kelowna on Sunday afternoon, which took the life of notorious Red Scorpion gangster Jonathan Bacon, wounded three others, and possibly injured a fifth person—who fled the scene.

“We’ll be looking at whether there is a connection to what happened in Kelowna,” he said. “We’re aware that people sense that a gang war is erupting.”

The officer said investigators are speaking with the individuals who came under fire.

Thiessen said police have seen this sort of violence in the past and “there are strategies in place.”

The first step, he said, is to start gathering intelligence.


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