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Thursday, 20 September 2012

Gang Associate in West End Targeted Shooting


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Gang associate escaped injury Tuesday afternoon when his black pick-up was sprayed with bullets in a targeted shooting in Vancouver’s West End. Vancouver Police received 911 calls from several shocked residents just before 3 p.m. about the shooting in the alley behind the 1300 block of Comox near Jervis. The target – whose identity police are not releasing – didn’t wait for the VPD to arrive, but was stopped minutes later i his truck on the Burrard Street bridge. VPD Const. Brian Montague said the truck was seized as evidence in the shooting. But he wouldn’t say whether or not the would-be victim was taken into custody or cooperating with police. “This is a very public shooting. It is fortunate that no one was killed. The level of violence is really concerning to us,: Montague said. “It is unacceptable. Our investigators will be on scene looking for witnesses, canvassing for video and trying to find out who is responsible and bring them to court.” While he described the shooting as both targeted and gang-related, he said it was too early to have a motive nailed down in the attack. “As you can imagine, it is still really early in the investigation so there is going to be a lot of information that I am not going to have and there is going to be a lot of hold-back,” Montague said. “The information we have at this time is that it was targeted. It was not a random attack. I can’t go into what that information is.”


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